Caleb Bennett is a graphic designer with a passion for storytelling and genuine connection.
He most recently held the title of Design Director for Condé Nast Traveler and previously the same title for WIRED. Bennett also held art director positions at The New York Times Magazine and Texas Monthly. He hails from Del Rio, Texas, and studied Communication Design at Texas Tech University. He was named one of Print magazine's “20 Under 30 New Visual Artists” and also selected as an Art Directors Club Young Gun in 2012. His work has been awarded and recognized by various organizations such as the Art Directors Club including a gold for cover design, the Type Directors Club, as well as The Society of Publication Designers (SPD) and the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). Bennett led a redesign effort for Condé Nast Traveler in 2016 that went on to win gold at SPD’s annual competition.
While at The New York Times Magazine, Bennett was a part of the 2011 redesign team and also a member of the Design Team of the Year for 2010 and 2011, as selected by the Art Directors Club. He has lectured at the HOW Design Conference and judged various competitions including the ADC Young Guns, SPD, and the Society of Illustrators. He also served as the Southwest Region judge for Print Magazine's 2014 Regional Design Annual and co-chaired SPD’s 52nd annual competition and gala in 2017.