Overmatter 29.04.11

Wallpaper* repeat their award-winning handmade cover for this August’s issue, featuring a new set of parts. Register here.

Creative Review get a preview of Stanley Donwood’s newspaper designs for Radiohead’s ‘King of Limbs’ album.

Mr Magazine interviews the editor of new US fashion/photo magazine Treats.

My wait for a copy of Carson slightly blunted by Andrew’s review; a great piece of analysis that identifies the problem when content and design don’t sync.


Out now: Lost in London

The one thing that bothered me about the first edition of Lost in London was the cover; but now issue two is out I realise I was wrong. Together they make a beautiful pair that speak of London and of the magazine’s interest in the big outside of London.

Above left, the Autumn-Winter issue, and right the Spring issue.

Gentlewoman joins Fantastic Man at EDO

There are still a few tickets left for my live interview with Fantastic Man’s Jop van Bennekom for EDO next week. I’m excited to add that Penny Martin, editor of sister publication The Gentlewoman will be joining the conversation too.

Book now before the holiday.


Printout! line up…

Pleased to confirm Tim Hayward, publisher and editor of Fire & Knives, and John L Walters, co-owner and editor of Eye magazine, as speakers at the first Printout! evening next week. They’ll be sharing thoughts on the use of blogs and social networks in building audiences for print.

UPDATE: Rob Orchard from Delayed Gratification will also be speaking.

7pm next Wednesday (April 27). Tickets still available here.

April 18, 2011

New magazines

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Hello, Cagoule

A big welcome to the grown-up sibling to Anorak. More here.


New issue of Eye

The 79th issue of design magazine Eye describes itself as a type special but for we magazinaholics it’s pretty much a magazine special.

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London Zine Symposium

A late call out for this Sunday’s London Zine Symposium. A must-do for all magazinoholics. Details here (thanks Esa).


Popshot #5

Poetry and illustration remain tricky subjects to cover in any medium, but Popshot magazine continues to celebrate both with issue five out now and available to buy in our shop.

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Fantastic Man @ EDO

The next EDO event features Fantastic Man co-founder Jop van Bennekom in conversation with, ahem, me. Wednesday 4 May at Mother, E2 7DD.

EDO members will have priority booking – details and booking form from edo@gillbranston.com


Fantastic Man #13

The latest Fantastic Man is in the shops, boasting ‘the world’s most famous man’, David Beckham, on the cover. Alistair McLellan took the pictures earlier this year in Shoreditch, London.

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