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When Hearst Publishing needed a high-quality, cost-effective way to produce almost 30 single-topic print publications in 2018, it turned to 10Ten. The lineup covered a wide range of topics from cooking to science to news.

Content creation / Design / Production / Print

 
 
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Town & Country:
The Royal Wedding

Created literally overnight with live reporting, editing and design, this 96-page celebration of the Meghan Markle-Prince Harry wedding is the kind of publication that can only be trusted to skilled and experienced creatives.

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O: The Oprah Magazine:
Let It Go!

Oprah Winfrey sets a high bar for everything that carries her name. This personal-service bookazine is no exception, marking the first time O has ever released a product of this kind.

 
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Esquire:
The Meaning of Life

This star-studded collection of wit and wisdom was inspired by Esquire’s popular “What I Learned” interview series. It reflects the power of what can be produced with basic building blocks —words and pictures—rendered at a high level.

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Results

Speed
We crashed products like The Royal Wedding and Seventeen: March For Our Lives in days, establishing a new nimbleness for Hearst.

Scale
Working independently but in partnership, we augmented Hearst’s creative resources across all of its titles.

Flexibility
Our ability to produce high-quality work quickly, regardless of subject matter or brand, gave Hearst the opportunity to test new ideas.