The New Yorker sells whole issue to one advertiser.
A little off-subject but I love these six-word stories.
A striking design from Non-Format for The Sanahunt Times, a Ukranian fashion brand publication (thanks Christophe).
Wallpaper*’s June issue features a rather smart bespoke font…
…and don’t forget they’re doing their handmade cover thing again. Join in here.
Ex- editor of French Vogue Carinne Roitfeld ‘builds her cult’.
Australia considers health warning about Photoshopped images to help combat eating disorders.
De.Zines show opens in Madrid. Looks great.
Al Queda launch an English-language magazine.
‘People prefer print’ says poll, but they won’t pay for online content.
Mr Magazine lists his 25 notable magazines from the last 25 years.
Major US publishers working to create a joint online newsstand (thanks André).
Stack adds Eye and Zeotrope to their line up of their independent magazine subscription.
The surprise big winner at this week’s APA International Customer Publishing Awards? CAMRA’s Beer magazine, produced by Think. See how the big agencies continue to be challenged by smaller ones in the winners brochure.
Michael’s Linefeed publishes it’s latest video reading list. See 032c, Kasino A4 and Little White Lies (amongst others).
‘Rio Ferdinand is a footballer not a journalist, and he has no inherent value as a commentator…’
Cahiers du Cinema, once one of the most influential film magazines in the world, has been sold to art/design book publishers Phaidon. Cahiers was the magazine that introduced the French new wave of film makers to the world in the 50s and 60s, but has struggled to match that influence since. It’s an interesting extension for Phaidon, known for their well-produced and cleverly targetted hardback books rather than magazines. They seem serious about the project – more here (thanks Simon).
Following on from Monday’s MD&J Awards, Wallpaper* and Elle each won further gongs at last night’s BSME Awards. Tony Chambers won Best New Editor for his move from designing to editing Wallpaper*, while Marissa Bourke was voted Best Art Director for her revamp of Elle. Other winners included Shortlist, Vogue and GQ.
Read a full list of winners here.