Media Business, Digital Platform, Print

Home of America's Best Soccer Stories

The pages of Howler are exceptionally colorful, spell-binding, and full of character (and characters)—much like its subject, the world of international soccer.

Howler was awarded “Best Redesign” in the 2018 Society of Publication Designers awards, and was a finalist in three categories, including “Magazine of the Year,” alongside New York MagazineThe California Sunday MagazineThe New York Times for KidsThe New York Times MagazineGlamour, National Geographic and GQ StyleHowler is currently a medal finalist in the category of “Best Entire Issue” in the 2019 Society of Publication Designers awards, alongside Larder and Racquet Magazine.

Co-owned with Dennie Wendt, we oversaw the massive project of moving the brand from print to digital. Developing a new online publishing platform and launching various awarded social campaigns, for example Group of Death. 

 

Credits

→ Owners: Aaron James / Dennie Wendt
→ Design Agency: Metaleap Creative
→ Creative Director / Design: José Reyes
→ Art Director: Eric Capossela

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Some great things said about Howler

“A testimony to the beauty of print…. The magazine is constantly re-contextualizing the way in which we think about soccer.”

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The New Yorker

“The best expression of the state of soccer in America right now.”

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The New York Times

“A revelation.”

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Sports Illustrated

“The most visually distinctive soccer magazine in North America… A football magazine fit for aesthetes.”

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The Guardian

“A complete departure from every other football magazine.”

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The Economist

“Brilliant” and “high brow.”

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New York Magazine

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