The new Spare Rib will not be called Spare Rib.
Bo Sacks reports from retail conference: more magazines sold on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays than other days (scroll down).
With the arrival of iOS7 all apps will need to be reconsidered, says Marco Arment.
New-writing/illustration magazine Popshot have posted their illustrations on Pinterest.
‘Best Covers’ lists, where would we be without you?
Out now: the seventh issue of Put A Egg On It. Yum.
As it’s the half term school holiday, we look at the week ahead with Cathy Olmedillas, founder and editor of Anorak, the ‘Happy Mag for Kids’. Launched in 2006, Anorak has grown to include French and US editions as well as book and app spin-offs.
Stool Pigeon founder Phil Hebblethwaite has wise counsel for anyone thinking of launching a magazine, ‘Treasure your independence…’
Plastik interviews Andrew about his recent book-about-books ‘Fully Booked’.
Vice have an exhibition of work by their favourite illustrators in London until June 2.
Boat magazine’s latest issue visits Kyoto. Read an interview with editor Erin Spens.
Two things make a good magazine – presentation and content. Many magazine will be good at one or the other, the best combine the two elements. Perdiz is one such magazine. Its second issue has just landed, promising further proof that ‘Happiness is Contagious’.
For our ninth ‘At Work With’ interview we look at the week ahead of Chris Harrison, co-founder with Polly Glass of Wrap magazine. A long-time favourite here at magCulture, Wrap combines publication and product, making the most of print as it shares the work of illustrators from around the world. The seventh issue has just been published.
Aparamento has reached its fifth birthday, its tenth issue featuring interior designer Jim Walrod shot by Jeremy Liebman on the front cover, and interviews inside with, among others, graphic designer Ken Garland, below, shot by Aya Sekine (see my previous post).