Tim at Letter to Jane has just released this video teaser of the photo gallery he has developed for the Kickstarter-funded fourth edition of his bespoke iPad magazine. Working with his new colleagues at 29st Publishing, the issue is looking great.
There’s a typically open explanation of progress to date on the project here.
The Aspen exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery continues, and the gallery is holding a pair of events about the magazine. On February 7 they take a close look at the British issue, and on February 28 they’ll be decoding artist Brian O’Doherty’s issue 5/6.
Print magazine art director Ben King describes working with design hero Bob Gill on the magazines’s new front cover.
Press Gazette asks whether or not Mr Porter’s Jeremy Langmead is a journalist.
EXTRA! Read the sad tale of the tweeting Tatler office dachshund Alan TBH Plumptre killed by the revolving door at Vogue House (I’m not joking).
From last weeks Observer, the ‘digital flip flop’.
Dirk Barnett is interviewed about his role as creative director of The New Republic.
The Paris Review takes a look back at Berlin’s sensationalist Berliner Abendblätte.
US magazine makers are invited to the Media Consortium’s annual conference, February 4-6 in Baltimore (link updated).
While in London the annual Publishing Expo is set for the end of February.
UK Cosmopolitan editor Louise Court interviewed, discusses the ‘F’ word.