It’s London Design Festival; we’re celebrating with a special selection of mags at the shop, and Stack have reviewed a similar selection.
Movie mag Empire has a whole weekend of events at London’s 02 arena this Sat–Mon.
Another new mag is Kickstarting: Anxy promises a new look at mental illness. Support it!
And Scotland-based Boom Saloon wants to democratise creativity. More here.
Check out the BSME editorial awards shortlists. As well as the new indie category, great to see titles like The Gentlewoman and Mondial included on the lists.
Paris, 19 September: Journalists from French newspaper La Monde are performing a ‘live’ edition of the newspaper, and idea imported from the US Pop-Up Magazine (thanks Mike).
We’ve backed Chinese magazine Elsewhere’s crowdfunding campaign…
…and we’ve also backed the next issue of redhead mag MC1R.
Creative Review have a smart new website.
Jeremy’s heading for Edinburgh and this Friday’s PPA MagFest. See you there!
Congratulations to Francesco Franchi, who after eight years at IL Magazine is moving to Rome’s La Republica newspaper.
Read the whole of Rick Poynor’s critique column about the magCulture Shop (from Eye no92).
The next Printout takes place on 27 September; Funding the Future looks at crowdfunding with the founders of Fiera, Rueville and Courier.
New show ‘Absolutely Fashion: Inside British Vogue’ starts on BBC2, 9pm Thursday.
London, 24 September: Jeremy is among the speakers at a day-long Indie Publishing seesion, part of Frieze Academy. Also features White Review, Hotdog and Ladybeard.
London, 26 September: Hear the editor and creative director of British Elle discuss their recent relaunch.
Read Fader’s guide to Frank Ocean’s Boys Don’t Cry magazine.
Shiner is a new magazine for young men from the Offlife folk, and they’re after contributors.
Frank Ocean’s limited Boys Don’t Cry album/magazine release attracts touts. We’ve been promised copies but no sight yet.
Domenic Lippa offers an appreciation of David King’s editorial work, with contributions from Simon Esterson, Roger Law and our own Jeremy Leslie.
The fifth MagFest is almost upon us: a great lineup of speakers plus the magCulture pop-up shop! 16 September, Edinburgh.
A new issue of Irish football mag Pog Mo Goal is on preorder now.
‘Since day one, our mission has been to help instigate a renaissance across borders in this part of the world…’ Huck has an interview with The Outpost editor Ibrahim Nehme
Amsterdam, 25 August: Meet Ricarda Messner from Sofa and Flaneur at the Athenaeum.
Eye notes how (some) newspaper magazines are rediscovering their reportage skills.
Jeremy talks magCulture to Fashion Monitor.
‘I’m a graphic designer who enjoys pissing about with type,’ claims Matt Willey.
Economist CMO on the magazine’s success: ‘Most importantly, people pay for it all.’
Arturious checks out 21 indie mags.
This year’s Indiecon in Hamburg promises The Gentlewoman, Weapons of Reason, Stack, Flaneur, Benji Knewman… 2-3 September.
Research shows two thirds of Americans read print magazines.
032c shares Alan Vega’s Art-Rite zine, ‘a moment for independent art magazine editors comparable with the Sex Pistols show at the Manchester Free Trade Hall’
Eye catches up with Gail Bichler to talk about the special fiction print section in yesterday’s NYTimes; meanwhile the same paper continues it’s experiments with digital content, with an interactive piece about swimmer Ryan Lochte.
Nine Berlin-based indies you should be reading, according to i-D.
Behind the scenes at the revamped Teen Vogue.
Tickets now available for magCulture meets The White Review, London, 11 August.
‘When we first started doing news, all mainstream media made fun of us…’ Creative Review interviews Vice founder Shane Smith.
A new books looks at ‘The most powerful object of our time’… the book.
‘We learned a lot about presentation…’ Scott Dadich’s latest thoughts on magazines and digital.
Learn how The New Yorker uses Snapchat.
PPA Scotland are planning an International Magazine Centre. Help them.
Launched as a temporary post-Brexit read, The New European is to continue past its planned four issues.
Jeremy reviewed Shelf Heroes for FvF.
The Atlantic reprints an issue for the first time in its history.
Watch highlights of the Index on Censorship 250th anniversary party at the magCulture shop last week.
Archive: Jeremy’s interview with 032c art director Mike Meiré for Creative Review, 2010.
Today is the deadline for BSME AWards entries, including their new one for independent titles.
You can now subscribe to our monthly magCast podcast via iTunes.
Remember 90s music mag Select? Indulge your nostalgia here.
In case you missed it, ex-Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyangiel now runs Vice News.
Dave Trott reminds us how words can be a sledgehammer to a subtle image.
Vice buys Garage magazine to add art to its artillery.
Hear Jeremy on ep202 of Monocle24’s The Stack, talking about Yuca, 212, Der Greif and this years ModMag day.
Stack takes a look at the fabulous un-ordinary Ordinary magazine.
Next Printout! ‘Cover Stories’ takes place 26 July.
Congratulations to all PPA Awards winners, including designers Christie Fernando and Natasha Tomalin.
Jeremy is one of the judges for the new Independent category at the BSME Awards.
Hotdog are having a party to support post-Brexit unity and diversity… tonight!
Last call for tickets to this week’s magCulture meets Mondial event, 30 June.
Kinfolk gallery in opens in Copenhagen with exhibition of European design.
MagFest returns to Edinburgh, 16 September. Feat: Astrid Stavro, Rob Orchard, the magCulture shop and much more.
Berlin, 29 June: Flaneur have an evening about Flaneuring.
NYTimes Magazine design director Gail Bichler discusses her role at the magazine.
Shem Law looks back at 30 years in editorial design: ‘Now things are so much quicker, and layouts created in a tenth of the time it took back then.’
It Ran is a magazine of ads and no editorial.
Grazia opened up its production process via Facebook live last week.
Roger Black is launching a new design mag, Typographics.
Fanzines, ‘the purest explosion of British punk…’
…and see a previous generation of alternative (surrealist) press from Chile, Argentina and Spain.
Condé Nast’s 23 Stories branded content division helps Gucci with ‘digital narrative.’
Satisfying though it is to see a contemporary mag channelling another era’s creativity, 50 years have passed and nothing’s changed?
Stack meets Jessica Gysel, editor of Girls Like Us.
New free mag Swipe will bring ‘the best of the internet’ to print for Londoners.
How we read magazines dept: ‘Fashion mags best read in a foreign language.’
Michael Beirut on The New Yorker’s famous Hiroshima issue and ‘Slow Design.’
Paris not only suffering floods; its famous green newspaper kiosks are to disappear.
Creative Review redesigns for its 36th birthday, with new fonts from Robert Holmkvist and Paul Barnes.
Nang is a new English-language magazine dedicated to Asian film, available later this year.
AIGA notes a new wave of anti-design in magazines.
Book free tickets to magCulture Meets Fiera, part of Clerkenwell Design Week. 12noon 25 May.
Editorial design hero David King died recently; read his Eye profile.
New tennis mag Racquet promises a quality read – support it!
Right to Copy is a magazine about art and copyright that’s after your support too.
Read Steve’s round-up of last week’s indie talks at the PPA Festival.