NUVO (magazine)

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NUVO's Winter 2014 cover
Editor Claudia Cusano
Categories Lifestyle/Culture
Frequency 4 issues per year
Circulation 45,706[1]
First issue Autumn 1998
Company NUVO Magazine Ltd.
Country Canada
Language Canadian English

NUVO is a lifestyle magazine, founded by Canadian entrepreneur Pasquale Cusano, which publishes Canadian and international content on a wide variety of subjects. Launched in Autumn 1998, the Lainey Gossip blog described it as "a throwback to the way a magazine should be and feel, with the time and the resources to make each issue something to be devoured slowly."[2] NUVO is a member of Magazines Canada [3] and is audited for circulation by the Canadian Circulation Audit Bureau (CCAB).[1]

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NUVO covers Canadian and international culture with features on architecture, wine, travel, food, business, fashion, finance, celebrities, music, beauty and technology. The most recent issue, NUVO winter 2014, features contemporary artist Ai Weiwei. Typical stories include celebrity profiles such as director Atom Egoyan, actress Rebecca Hall, architect Moshe Safdie, polo player Nacho Figueras, author Bret Easton Ellis, jewellery designer Paloma Picasso, actor John Krasinski, designer Giulio Cappellini, artist Tom Sachs, tennis star Milos Raonic, Elijah Wood, Ethan Hawke, Viggo Mortensen, Vera Farmiga and Sophia Loren to designers like Jean Paul Gaultier, Phyllis Lambert, travel destinations such as Hangzhou and Andorra, musician profiles such as Kreesha Turner,[4] and Chris Botti to recipes from chefs such as Daniel Boulud, Derek Dammann, and Jefferson Alvarez. NUVO’s cover stories have included Naomi Watts, Paul Giamatti, Joseph Boyden, Adrien Brody,[5] Sandra Oh,[6] Roy Dupuis, Michael Kors, Nelly Furtado,[7] Neve Campbell,[8] Sarah Chalke, designers Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio, Viggo Mortensen, Daniel Lanois, Philippe Starck, Ian McEwan, and Chris Botti among others. NUVO was awarded the 2008 bronze Ozzie Award for the best cover (consumer publication under 250,000 circulation).[9] NUVO has also featured the column Scalawags that was compiled into a book by the writer Jim Christy and published by Anvil Press.[10]


NUVO is the recognized leader in the prestige media marketplace and been awarded both editorial and printing honours. was nominated for the Eddie Digital Award at the 2014 Folio Awards. NUVO was nominated for two National Magazine Awards; Best Still-Life Photography for Evaan Kheraj's shoot "Neoteric" from the Winter 2013 issue and Best Fashion Editorial for Evaan Kheraj's shoot "Lucid Dreams" from the Autumn 2013 issue. NUVO was awarded the 2008 bronze Ozzie Award for the best cover (consumer publication under 250,000 circulation).[9] NUVO was awarded the Silver Award for Best Still-Life Photography by the National Magazine Awards [11] for Evaan Kheraj's shoot "Propped" from the Winter 2011 issue. NUVO was selected by the Western Magazine Awards [12] as a finalist for Best Photographic Feature or Series by Felix Wong for "Mirror Mirror" from the Spring 2011 issue. NUVO was selected as a finalist for Best Art Direction and Best Magazine Cover by the P&G Beauty and Grooming Awards for the summer 2011 cover. NUVO was awarded the Certificate of Merit by the Printing Industries of America's Premier Print Awards, for the Summer 2011, Autumn 2011, Winter 2011, and Spring 2012 issues.


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