“We will finish the race.”
That’s the simple but resilient statement framed by dozens of running shoes forming the shape of a heart on the cover of Boston Magazine’s May cover. Design director Brian Struble and deputy design director Liz Noftle (CAMD Art + Design alumni, BFA in Studio Art) came up with the idea on April 15, the night after the Boston Marathon bombing shook the city — and nation — just a few blocks away from the magazine’s offices near Copley Square. Anderson Cooper from CNN interviewed John Wolfson, Editor of Boston Magazine, while Liz Noftle described the beginnings of “The Shoes We Wore” project in the CNN Living article.
“The Shoes We Wore” at Boston Magazine continues to accept runner’s stories.
Liz Noftle, AMD’10, Art + Design Alumni wtih BFA in Studio Art
Liz Noftle is an Associate Art Director at Boston Magazine. After contributing as an art associate for Boston in 2009, Liz Noftle joined the magazine as a designer in fall 2010. The New Hampshire native earned her BFA in studio art from the first undergraduate program sponsored by both Northeastern University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. When she’s not out exploring the city, Noftle enjoys drawing in her studio, cooking up new recipes in her kitchen, and enjoying the sunshine on her rooftop deck.