News | May 10, 2000

Bobbin Magazine Wins Atrium Award

<i>Bobbin</i> Magazine Wins Atrium Award
Bobbin Magazine has been awarded an Atrium Award for the graphic design of its February 1999 cover, featuring Jockey International Inc.

In its 20th year, the national Atrium Award program recognizes the outstanding work of fashion journalists, photographers and designers who cover the garment industry in the name of high-quality journalism. The award is given by the Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of Georgia. Past Atrium Award recipients have included The Los Angeles Times, Detroit Free Press and San Francisco Chronicle. Bobbin also has been a past recipient in the business reporting category.

Robin Ridgell, art director for Bobbin and La Bobina, and an 11-year Bobbin Publishing veteran, conceived and designed the award-winning concept. Ridgell accepted the Atrium on behalf of Bobbin at an awards ceremony in Atlanta on May 6.

"We're delighted to see Ridgell's artistic talents recognized with this prestigious award," said Bobbin publisher Susan Black. "She and the entire staff have worked diligently to create high quality graphic standards for our publications, and it's extremely rewarding to see those efforts acknowledged on a national level."

Edited by Anndrea Vorobej

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