Tickets are now available for the next Printout! evening, presented by Stack and Colophon. We have a fine group of magazine-makers lined up – see above – and the magazine library has been restocked. Oh Comely provide the music, you’ll receive a free copy of fine Australian magazine Patterns of Creative Aggression, and be able to share your magCulturalism over a beer or two.
Tickets £5. Bargain!
A brief reminder that Wednesday July 6 sees the return of Printout! to London.
The magazine library is being restocked, the speakers are deciding which magazine to talk about (I’ve just about decided which one… at the moment it begins with ‘M’) and the tickets are selling fast.
Don’t miss out – buy yours here.
Little White Lies have set another creative challenge, and this time ‘you don’t need some whiz bang Mac loaded with shiny software. All you need is your regular household tat, some sticky back plastic and loads of imagination’. The challenge? build a rocket.
Luke Hayman’s latest redesign for Builder.
More details of the upcoming EDO event; the exhibition, free drinks, a magazine quiz and the chance to win an iPad.
Meanwhile, at Colophon we’re dusting down our project plans and hope to soon have news of events later this year.
The fifth issue of Nico, published from Luxembourg by my Colophon partner Mike Koedinger, is out this week. Over 200 pages of goodness, including an interview with Harry Peccinotti (one of the team behind the original version of Nova) and my joint interview with German editorial designers Mario Lombardo (Leibling, Spex) and Mike Meiré (Apart, 032c, Brand Eins).