It’s a great pleasure to bring you today the work that Luke Knox has been developing at The Boston Globe for the past five years. The last time we visited the Globe’s graphic desk was when we invited Chiqui Esteban to share some of those impressive visuals, but that was was just a glance of the amount of high-quality work they’ve been putting out on a regular basis.
Graduated from University of North Carolina-Asheville with a mass communication degree in 2002, Luke first worked at newspapers as a page designer in Florida, then New Mexico and Arizona, before arriving at the Boston Globe in 2010. He worked as lead sports designer at the Globe until late 2013, before moving to graphics full-time.
And here are the works he shared with us:
Big Three – A look back | Boston Globe
Flag Bearers | Boston Globe
Fully armed | Boston Globe
Captain’s Salute | Boston Globe
Big-Screen stars | Boston Globe
Percentage of Logan cancellations | Boston Globe
Running the show oh Hollywood’s biggest night | Boston Globe
A dozen daily routines | Boston Globe
Bridge years | Boston Globe
Super Moments | Boston Globe