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Apartamento #20 – homage to Nest

Tue, 06 Feb 2018 10:58:21 +0000

The latest issue of ‘everyday life interiors magazine’ Apartamento has been out for a few weeks already but deserves recognition for reaching its tenth anniversary. Famously launched without a business plan, the magazine has been an influential part of the independent magazine scene since its 2007 launch. Like other titles that have survived such relative […]

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Impact 1.0 & 2.0

Thu, 16 Feb 2017 13:45:22 +0000

This recent pair of books from Unit Editions is a gorgeous record of almost 100 years of designs magazines and periodicals, and I’m excited to be part of a panel discussion celebrating them this evening in London. The two volumes, beautifully produced as ever by the Unit Editions team, are a strong record of cover […]

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30.01.17

Mon, 30 Jan 2017 10:47:51 +0000

Tickets still availble for magCulture Meets OOMK this week; read the background to their new mag. Steven Heller looks back at the ‘legibility wars’ of the mid-80’s, reminding us of April Greiman’s edition of Design Quarterly. Download a copy of the issue here. ‘The longest-serving and most successful Editor of (British) Vogue in its 100-year […]

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23.08.16

Tue, 23 Aug 2016 11:23:09 +0000

Shiner is a new magazine for young men from the Offlife folk, and they’re after contributors. Frank Ocean’s limited Boys Don’t Cry album/magazine release attracts touts. We’ve been promised copies but no sight yet. Domenic Lippa offers an appreciation of David King’s editorial work, with contributions from Simon Esterson, Roger Law and our own Jeremy […]

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‘The Nova Revolution’ from Riposte #5

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 09:23:40 +0000

We’ve been noticing more and more articles about magazines filling up the pages of some of our favourite titles, and we were particularly excited to see that the brand new issue of Riposte includes a feature on the great, iconoclastic women’s magazine from the 60s, Nova. Riposte have let us share an extract of the […]

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Overmatter 28.05.13

Tue, 28 May 2013 08:23:18 +0000

Magazines are more popular than ever amongst US college students. The Guardian does snowfall – a great piece of experimental web editorial featuring text, moving image, audio and infographics. A look back at when Time Inc. was the Google of its era, and how the party ground to a halt. ‘A Golden Age of Print’ […]

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Overmatter 21.05.13

Tue, 21 May 2013 08:23:59 +0000

The New York Times has strict photo-manipulation policies, dropped only for fashion. Mark Vessey makes art from magazine spines (thanks Warren). A look back at the hugely influential The Whole Earth Catalog. In London next week? Hear the Eye magazine team discuss their collaboration as part of It’s Nice That’s ‘Nicer Tuesday’, 28 May. You […]

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Remembering Blitz magazine

Thu, 16 May 2013 08:23:46 +0000

My first magazine job was art directing eighties style mag Blitz, a magazine that has largely been overshadowed by The Face and i-D since. These two were launched by experienced industry figures – i-D’s Terry Jones was previously Vogue art director and Nick Logan had edited NME and Smash Hits before launching The Face – […]

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Kurt Andersen looks back at Spy

Thu, 18 Apr 2013 08:23:10 +0000

Andrew Losowsky hears a rare talk by one of the founders of Spy magazine. On Tuesday I went to see Kurt Andersen (now perhaps best known here in the States as a public radio presenter) give a talk about Spy magazine to a tiny roomful of people at D-Crit, New York. Spy was a co-creation […]

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