Atlanta Magazine


Atlanta Magazine is one of the largest custom publishers in Atlanta. Atlanta Magazine's Custom Publishing division produces turnkey publications for several organizations while providing its clients with a broad range of services from art direction and editorial content to production and fulfillment.

Founded in 1961, Atlanta Magazine is one of the oldest city magazines in the country and during its 45-year history has earned its mark as one of the most respected for journalistic and design excellence.

The magazine was founded by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, but from its inception was much more than a promotion piece for its namesake city. Founding editor Jim Townsend, described by Time as "the father of city magazines", set the standard from day one with cutting-edge design, powerful graphics and investigative and creative articles by some of the emerging talents of the 1960s. The magazine's pages carried work by Anne Rivers Siddons, Bill Diehl and others who would go on to be hugely successful novelists, under the art direction of Bob Daniels, who later left to serve as art director of Esquire.

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