Forgive me, I don’t usually blow my own trumpet here, but the poster I designed for the London Design Festival earlier this year is on sale at Blanka. The poster promotes the crowdsourced map of London magazine stores (have you added your favourite?), and was one of 20 about London commissioned for an exhibition at the festival. Any profits go towards the cost of that show.
Hear from some of our speakers ahead of this months ModMag15.
New York, 17 October: Andrew’s hacking The New York Times.
New York, 04 November: a salon about transgender publishing.
On pre-order now: our new book ‘Independence’.
Are magazine festivals the saviour of publishing?
Dennis launches new freebie Coach today.
NY, 15 October: NYTimes Mag editor talks about the mag with three (female) creative directors.
Guardian digital chief, the wonderfully named Wolfgang Blau, leaves for Condé Nast.
Frieze are running a Reading Room during this years art Fair.
EMAP brand scrapped as titles go digital-only…
…and one EMAP mag embraces its’ printless future.
The NY magazine kiosk as art installation.
Support this: Weekly news illustration project Yellow is Kickstarting a book of their collection.
Exhibition of sixties architecture mag Bau just closed but these images worth a look.
Monocle24’s The Stack no 162 looks at distribution and hears from Steve about his new Stack awards.
Gail Bichler among line-up at talk in NY tomorrow, 03 Oct.
Must-read: Craig Mod on the Kindle, for our friends at Aeon.
London, 20 October: Jeremy Leslie and Seb Emina discuss branded magazines at YCN.
Berlin, 2 October: mono.kultur celebrates its tenth birthday with a party and talk.
Art director Nick Paul looks back at some favourites.
‘I am methodically slow, which drives some people crazy,’ Grace Coddington interviewed.
Welcome, Kioskafé, the new London magazine store from Monocle.
Welsh adventure arts mag Graen needs your Kickstarter support.
‘we tailored the content accordingly both in terms of format, length and subject matter’ The Pool co-founder Sam Baker on their ‘content bursts’.
24 September, Thurs this week, London: Chris Dixon speaks about his work for Vanity Fair.
29 September, London: Printout’s Literary Special feat Happy Reader and others.
30 September, NY: Esquire editor and creative director talk about the mag for SPD as it celebrates its 1000th issue.
The NME goes free from today.
More on Gym Class no13: Steven talks about the front cover.
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop interviewed as the mag hits highest circulation since 1986.
Check these beautiful 1940s Ballet magazine covers.
Dodo, the magazine with built-in raincoat.
The Autumn/Wintour edition of Gym Class is now on pre-order.
Our pop-up shop is at Magfest, Edinburgh this Friday, 18/09. See you there!
Watch Matt Willey speaking at Offset Dublin.
New magazine ‘driven by invitations from you’.
National Geographic bought by Rupert Murdoch.
Grace Coddington interviewed ahead of new book, ‘No one ever got fired in England, and people always got fired in America’.
BSME Editor’s Editor shortlist announced.
Optimum magazine presents 15 covers for the French rugby team.
The book of Colors.
Okido has launched its children’s TV show on CBeebies.
Behind the scenes at Clare de Rouen books, London.
Listen to edition 158 of Monocle24’s The Stack, with report from Indiecon.
Delayed Gratification’s Rob Orchard talks about slow journalism (at 52m).
‘Many of us really just want to explore a topic we feel passionate about…’ Kai Brach looks back at Indiecon.
Apple News is readying for launch.
‘My design is almost nothing, it’s just a very classic typeface with a bunch of rule lines…’ Fantastic Man’s Jop van Bennekom interviewed.
Monocle24’s The Stack are holding a live audience edition, London, 26 September.
A lament on the decline of Sports Illustrated.
Latest Interview features a series of celebrity selfie covers.
Indiecon and IndieDay take place in Hamburg this weekend. See you there!
Magazine covers, then and now…
…none quite like the new GQ Italia cover (NSFW).
Herb Lubalin Centre show Thirty features magazine work by Lubalin, Kalman and Carson.
‘I fucking hate that image,’ Scott King looks back at Sleazenation.
The Gentlewoman haved published all their profiles free online.
Jamie Callum’s The Eighty Eight gets a Design Museum launch, London, 24 September.
Steve Watson looks back on the first weeks of his Sampler service.
New site The Territories promises a broad exploration of the Antipodes.
Take a look inside Graziashop.
‘We are a magazine brand business’ says Time UK’s Marcus Rich.
News weeklies buck UK sales trend.
The world’s largest magazine format is 3 x 2.35m.
‘Everything has changed,’ Dazed art director tells It’s Nice That.
The Print is Dead– Long Live Print Library continues in London…
…and welcomes Perdiz magazine for an evening of fortune-telling, 29 August.
That’s if you’re not at Indiecon!
Hypebeast lists their ten fave indies.
‘smarter brands out there are realising the powerful part that a print magazine can play’ – Fraser Allen, Hot Rum Cow.
Kickstarter alert: support new mag Tales.