Indiecon and IndieDay take place in Hamburg this weekend. See you there!
Magazine covers, then and now…
…none quite like the new GQ Italia cover (NSFW).
Herb Lubalin Centre show Thirty features magazine work by Lubalin, Kalman and Carson.
‘I fucking hate that image,’ Scott King looks back at Sleazenation.
The Gentlewoman haved published all their profiles free online.
Jamie Callum’s The Eighty Eight gets a Design Museum launch, London, 24 September.
Steve Watson looks back on the first weeks of his Sampler service.
New site The Territories promises a broad exploration of the Antipodes.
Take a look inside Graziashop.
‘We are a magazine brand business’ says Time UK’s Marcus Rich.
News weeklies buck UK sales trend.
The world’s largest magazine format is 3 x 2.35m.
‘Everything has changed,’ Dazed art director tells It’s Nice That.
The Print is Dead– Long Live Print Library continues in London…
…and welcomes Perdiz magazine for an evening of fortune-telling, 29 August.
That’s if you’re not at Indiecon!
Hypebeast lists their ten fave indies.
‘smarter brands out there are realising the powerful part that a print magazine can play’ – Fraser Allen, Hot Rum Cow.
Kickstarter alert: support new mag Tales.
Vanity Fair’s Chris Dixon will be speaking in London, 24 September.
Mr Magazine meets The Outpost editor.
US Vogue September issue to be sold by Amazon.
‘Newsstand itself shouldn’t be the only source of blame…’ Adobe admonishes publishers as it relaunches DPS.
Behind-the-scenes of New York’s Cosby cover.
CRBlog has more on Rapha’s Mondial.
A profile of author Michael Moorcock includes his editorship of New Worlds magazine.
Dennis to launch a free weekly men’s mag in UK.
Our own Madeleine Morley meets US Vogue art director Martin Hoops.
Zines of the World is an exhibition of photography zines in Dalston.
Farewell, Ingrid Sischy.
PPA columnist critiques women’s magazines.
Artist designs a letter per day for city newspaper.
ShowStudio share part of Paul Gorman’s mag archive.
Autonomous is a new digital magazine via Medium.
Sports Illustrated produces a cover for each of the US Women’s World Cup winning team.
The magCulture pop-up shop will be selling mags at MagFest, Edinburgh, 18 September.
A big welcome to the PPPA Awards.
NYTimes interviews Danielle from Riposte.
Newsweek Europe to close print edition.
Who won what at the 2015 PPA Awards?
The persistance of Lit Mags.
Nice kid’s mag from workshop with Francesco Franchi.
NME to publish bumper final paid-for edition on 01 August.
The Recorder’s Luke reveals his favourite magazine cover.
Hear Katie Tregidden and Jeremy Leslie talk about Fiera on Monocle24.
CJR goes inside Vice.
Sink or swim for NME as it goes free…
…and ex-editor looks back at his time on the mag (audio).
‘Print is Dead. Long Live Print,’ reviewed.
Saving the British newspaper archive.
Tonight, London: the Zines that made The Jam.
Next Printout, 28 July, Books about Mags.
Lou Stoppard looks at seventies zines.
From Design Week, more on the Telegraph redesign.
Kai from mono.kultur reviews Fashion Stories exhibition.
It’s Nice That looks at issue three of Intern.
Want to see every single cover of i-D? Of course you do!
032c catches up with a post-BBW Richard Turley.
‘We publish print for profit and digital for growth’ says BBC Good Food publisher.
Eye blog takes a look at the new Daily Telegraph design.
New art mag Artenol is ‘a palliative for afflicted aesthetes’
Must-view: The Comma Queen on language.
The Pope has his own magazine, Papa.
The Illustrated interviews illustrators.
Vice and Unilever collaborate on Broadly, a new site for women.
Castle is a new videogames mag, coming soon.
Last call for tickets to Typo Circle’s 80’s night, tonight, London.
Also today in London: Grafik are making a mag in one day.
The Financial Times takes a look at indie travel mags.
Childen’s art/science mag Okido is making a TV show for BBC Cbeebies.
Fantastic Man men interviewed.
Gorgeous Travel & Leisure covers from the seventies.
Now on twitter: Esterson Associates.
Must-read: how the magazine cover continues to thrive.
Grafik interview The Recorder’s Luke Tonge about the new issue.
New edition of Compass Cultura now online.
Belleville Park Pages have their second Pages Open event, London, 18 June.
A profile of Frank Zachary, marking his recent death (thanks Brigid).
Always worth a read: Kai Brach’s latest thoughts on publishing Offscreen.
The magCulture pop-up shop will be on site for this year’s MagFest, Edinburgh, 18 September.
New creative director named for The New Yorker.
Ads are part of the editorial experience.