Best of Sports Design 2012: Sports Illustration

Here are the Sports Illustration winners in the Best of Sports Design 2012.

Here’s how it works: You’ll look at the winners and at the bottom of this post, you’ll vote for your favorite of all the winners. And in a few weeks, we’ll reveal THAT voting too. That’s called an Editors’ Choice Award. Simple enough, right?

Here’s a link to all the categories, entries and other winners.

Editors’ Choice voting deadline: April 21, 2013

Best of Sports Design 2012: Sports Illustration

Anger Management, Buffalo News
Credits: Dan Zakroczemski (illustration); Vince Chiaramonte

Not in Play, Los Angeles Times
Credit: John Krause (illustration); Derek Simmons; Tim Hubbard

London 2012, Boston Globe
Credit: Martin Gee (illustration); Luke Knox

Retooling the Twins, Minneapolis Star Tribune
Credit: Dan Zakroczemski (illustration); Bob Timmons

Kentucky Derby Preview, Lexington Herald-Leader
Credit: Dan Zakroczemski (illustration); Dennis Varney

Category stats
Total entries: 43
Total winners: 5


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About Josh Crutchmer

is design and graphics editor at The Plain Dealer.


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