Nick Mrozowski is the creative director of a new Portuguese national newspaper in Lisbon called i. The small-format paper is published six days each week in full color, and it is trimmed and stapled and printed on a heat-set machine — more like a daily magazine. In it's first year, the paper was named European Newspaper of the Year and best-designed in its category among Spanish and Portuguese newspapers by the Society for News Design's Spanish and Portuguese chapter. It has been recognized internationally by the Society for News Design, Malofiej and D&AD.
Nick has worked as a news designer at The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Virginia, and as an editor at Link, The Pilot's free alternative daily. He was a design intern for The Detroit News in Michigan and is a graduate of the journalism school at Michigan State University, where he was Editor in Chief of The State News, the university's nationally-recognized, daily student newspaper.
Likes: The color yellow; creative visuals; clean, simple design; a good story (in text, words, photos, or drawings); swimming and travel.
Dislikes: Things that are boring; sitting still; bad typography and evildoers.
Dreams: To see the world.