The New Yorker is the latest of many magazines distributing their content via Flipboard…
…though if in China you may find Flipboard access compromised.
Zine publisher/distributor Nieves are opening a London store this week: Nieves at X Marks the Bökship, 210 Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road.
US-based online shop Vetted sells a range of independent magazines including Apartamento, Grafik, Little White Lies.
Babylon Falling ia s great online resource for sixties alternative magazines and design (thanks Bob).
Condé Nast increases the cost of its ipad apps and moves Vanity Fair and GQ to Adobe DPS.
Abstract takes place in Maine this June, features a remarkable line up in Scott Dadich, Luke Hayman, Dirk Barnett, Arem Duplessis, Florian Bachleda and Gael Towey.
PPA chief Barry Mcilheney warns about the effect of increased postage costs in UK.
I like the look of PWR Paper.
South Africa’s i-Jusi magazine exhibiting in London.
Glasgow’s Gmbh magazine store is selling online.
In case you’ve missed it so far, Cover Junkie is doing a great job compiling the best magazine covers. A must–follow.
Reminder I’m on a panel at Publishing Expo next Weds.
New York magazine has an in-depth interview with ‘Martha Stewart for the global elite’ Tyler Brulé. Reveals a liking for knee-length long johns from
German underwear brand Schiesser and a dislike of New York street lights.
Stack America have some special offers this December. Go on…!
Win a shiney ‘Tron’ print over at the Little White Lies Facebook page.
…another opens in Vancouver. Hello, Motto.
Wired taken to task for its portrayal of women.
Another source of magazines online: Tatty Devine (thanks Lesley).
We’re included at n014 in a new list of the top 50 design blogs, which is nice. And we’re in good company: Creative Review, It’s Nice That, Noisy Decent Graphics, Site Inspire all present. Decision partly based on visitor numbers so thanks for your support.
Take the headache out of prepping for print with this app.
Teal Triggs has a soundtracked slideshow on zines on the BBC site.
A new online magazine store for the UK: hello, Present (thanks Ralph).
One time Sleazenation art director Scott King has a book out. Read about it here.
The latest issue of Canada’s fine Coupe is now available, their annual design and image issue featuring over 100 top design projects from around the world.
‘I don’t feel in my water that people will inevitably use their iPads to read complete magazines on. At the moment they’re using magazines to try out their iPads with, which is not the same thing at all.’ David Hepworth is correct about the the stage we’re at: wondering what we can do beyond just mimicking print.
Here come the single-orientation apps! Jean gives a hesitant thumbs up to the new Lexus-sponosred US Esquire iPad app.
I have another magazine to sell here, news soon. Meanwhile, I’ve been meaning to mention Brighton’s Magazero again, who stock many of the magazines reviewed here.
Article has been around for a couple of years in Sheffield. It was launched by students Alasdair Hisccock and Ben Dunmore as a local alternative to the ‘barren landscape of free magazines about property, cars, home improvement, and awful local music’. They wanted to make something that respected the intelligence of its readers, and in the process prove that free magazines needn’t be rubbish. Judging from this issue (the fourteenth), they’ve more than proved that.
September 16, 2010
David Hepworth describes the first months with an iPad, suggests it’s not good for pictures. Read comments too.
More on the end of browsing in magazine stores – Jean reports from Japan.
New York: SPD have a great line up for their Paper to Pixels iPad discussion on September 22. Creatives from Time, Glamour and Popular Mechanics join consultant Joe Zeff and chair Josh Klenart.
Rumours persist that Rupert Murdoch’s News International will soon launch standalone newspaper apps.
Condé Nast affirms it place alongside News International as the main cheerleaders for editorial iPad apps, announcing November launches for UK Wired and UK Vogue. Wired is being developed by the print team while Vogue has been outsourced to SIXcreative. CN managing director Nicholas Coleridge believes app sales could account for 40% of the company’s sales by 2025.
Apple are rumoured to be planning a subscription service for online newspaper apps.
Tyler Brulé declares people ‘Wallpaper isn’t my magazine anymore, but a lot of people still think it is.’ in this typically forthright interview for the Daily Front Row.
An online archive of music magazine Q covers.