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Food&… Nuclear War

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 09:23:47 +0000

The third issue of Food& is thicker than usual, this time combining the topics food and nuclear war – a sharp turn from the lighter focus of the second issue, Sport. Regardless of how dark the theme, Food& always makes you feel as though you are being brought into a private joke. There is something […]

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The Guardian goes tabloid

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:17:31 +0000

Since 1988’s redesign by David Hillman, The Guardian newspaper has always put design at the heart of what it does, working for a long period with Simon Esterson before 2006’s award-winning shift to Berliner format and redesign by Mark Porter. Both redesigns were quantum leaps, prepared for months in advance and launched overnight. This morning […]

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Fathers #5

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 12:21:10 +0000

A quarterly magazine for fathers fills a gap for honest and frill-free magazines for men. In recent years there has been a healthy flurry of intelligent magazines for women. Refreshing in their honesty, these magazines (think The Gentlewoman, Riposte et al…) shun the reductive stereotypes that have long-dominated “women’s interest” magazines and instead explore issues […]

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sindroms #1, Red

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 08:23:38 +0000

A journal of monochrome states of mind, sindroms considers the role that different colours play across culture, immersing readers in the feelings and moods evoked by a specific colour. Published biannually from Copenhagen, its first issue boldly centres itself around the colour red. The cover signals this strongly with a blind embossed logo across a […]

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What the Sink Saw

Fri, 19 May 2017 16:23:58 +0000

During Clerkenwell Design Week, magCulture will be collaborating with the award-winning MacGuffin magazine on an installation based on the fourth edition’s focus, the sink. In particular, we’ll be exploring the role of kitchen sink drama movies from the 1950s which London-based writer Eliot Haworth celebrates in his feature ‘What the Sink Saw’. Alongside the in-store […]

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Buffalo Zine #5

Wed, 17 May 2017 12:58:08 +0000

The arrival of a new issue of Buffalo Zine is always an exciting moment, promising some exhilarating magazine-making, and this one doesn’t disappoint. Unlike previous editions, it doesn’t parody another type of publication but instead is a messy, zine-y object based on the Hackney street where their office is based. ‘Sometimes you need to go local […]

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Hamish Muir, MuirMcNeil

Fri, 12 May 2017 08:23:49 +0000

Graphic designer Hamish Muir teaches at London College of Communication, and co-founded MuirMcNeil, a project-based collaborative design practice with Paul McNeil, in 2009. Before that he was a key part of the London-based Studio 8vo (1985-2001), and was co-editor of the associated design journal Octavo (1986-92). This series of eight magazines (seven printed, one on DVD) […]

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Javier Errea, Malofiej Awards and World Summit

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 09:23:32 +0000

Next week the Malofiej Infographics Summit, the SND’s annual celebration of visual journalism, takes place in Pamplona, Spain. One of the organisers is editorial designer Javier Errea, who shares some favourites from his magazine collection ahead of the week of lectures, events and awards. We asked Javier to take us through some of his favourite publications […]

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Sanja Grozdanic, Editor, Krass

Fri, 27 Jan 2017 10:50:04 +0000

Today we’re in Adelaide, Australia browsing through the book shelf of Krass editor Sanja Grozdanic. Now onto its third issue, Krass continues to blow us away because of its commitment to creating a genderless design language and for loudly and intelligently expressing feminist and queer political concerns. It’s likely that if you haven’t read Krass, you’ve at least […]

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Meet… Intern, 01.12.16

Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:23:38 +0000

For the 13th magCulture Meets night at the magCultureShop, we welcomed Alec Dudson, founder/editor of Intern magazine to discuss his new fourth issue. Alec explains its ‘Career Path’ theme, and photographer Kelia Ann McLusky joins him to tall about their collaboration in the issue. We’re grateful to Park Communications for their support of magCulture Meets

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Real Review #2

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 09:23:29 +0000

Straight off the back of winning Launch of the Year in the Stack Awards earlier this week, Real Review is back with issue two. The strengths of the magazine are evident again; the square format folded vertically in half remains the unique and gloriously simple core of its identity; the design takes full advantage of […]

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Simon Esterson, design director

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 09:33:14 +0000

Today the hugely influential art director Simon Esterson – who has worked on projects such as Blueprint, Domus and The Guardian and has art directed Eye since 2008 – talks us through the magazines he’s been looking at this week. As usual, we asked Simon to select three magazines from his collection: a new issue, […]

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