The next EDO event takes place on June 25 at Mother London, featuring Francesco Franchi, design director of the multi-award winning IL magazine. A must-see.
New York editor-in-chief Adam Moss is AdWeek’s editor of the year.
Look back at Jeremy’s ZEITmagazin Instagram takeover.
London, 30 November: help Fedrigoni raise money for children in hospital as they launch their Toy Project Christmas cards created by designers including Gail Bichler, Marion Deuchers, David Pearson.
Charlie Hebdo is to launch a German edition.
Françoise Mouly, art editor of The New Yorker, is one of the people behind Resist, a special edition of Smoke Signal being published to contest Donald Trump’s inauguration. Submit work!
‘From the staircase to the spoon, from the brick to the hole…’ MacGuffin boasts a plentiful future.
London, Saturday 26 November: Stack’s ‘How to Launch an Independent Magazine’ features speakers from 212, Ladybeard, Accent, Little Atoms, Rough Trade and Yuca.
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Our next event is magCulture Meets Intern, at the shop on 1 December.
A world atlas for magaholics? Yes please! Help make it happen.
eBooks have failed to kill print.
Missed out on the first issue of The Great Discontent? Support their reprint!
What books does Seb Emina, Happy Reader editor-in-chief, enjoy?
23 November, London: Adventures in Publishing features Angharad Lewis, Liv Siddall, Riposte, Accent and the magCulture pop-up shop.
Online archive of Smash Hits – entire issues on view!
Meet Molly Molloy of Parterre de Rois magazine.
Play Stylist’s old-school video game, Hillary’s Smash and Dash.
Frieze co-editor Dan Fox looks back at 25 years of the magazine.
Hear Stack’s Steve Watson discuss his passion for indies with Debbie Millman.
Ethos is a promising new magazine supporting ethical business. Support it!
Harvard Business Review reduces print editions as it seeks digital forms.
Great to see Bloomberg Businessweek still has some edge.
‘magCulture invites visitors to pause in comfort with the latest and greatest in print.’ Jeremy interviewed by Vitsoe at the magCulture shop.
The Hundreds also catch up with Jeremy.
‘It feels important to me that Monocle can offer a space where magazines, newspapers and other publications can be put on a discursive platform’ the Stack producer Fernando Pacheco discusses the show.
Esquire US brings reincarnates Spy magazine in response to the US election, with Richard Turley on cover patrol.
The New Yorker explains how its quirky diaresis punctuation mark differs from the umlaut.
USA calling! Next week in NY Stack have a bunch of talk events with local indies, 18-20 October, incl Victory, American Chordata, Put A Egg On It…
…meanwhile the magCulture shop pops up at the AIGA design conference, Las Vegas, in partnership with our friends at Eye on Design. Look out for magCulture Journal editor Madeleine Morley on our booth, presenting a selection of favourites from the London shop. 17–19 October.
California Sunday Magazine uses phone touch to add audio to new issue about sound.
‘It’s very rare that a new medium will kill old media. But it almost always changes them,’ says City Uni lecturer as our shop feeds his addiction.
Amsterdam, 13 October: hear Angharad Lewis, Ibrahim Nehme (The Outpost), Peter Bilak (Works That Work), Ernst van der Hoeven (Club Donny) and Kirsten Algera (MacGuffin) talk about starting your own magazine.
London, 13—16 October: Stylist Live is the free magazine’s Festival of Inspiration.
Listen to Riposte’s Danielle Pender talk about her Creative Life.
“I’ve had so many meetings where ad agencies are excited. And they’re like, ‘It’s cool and fresh and young! Maybe we’ll hire you for this campaign.’ And then Steven Klein ends up shooting it,” Petra Collins profiled by The New Yorker.
London, 3 November. We’re hosting an edition of Radio 4’s Four Thought. Tickets free.
Berlin, 8 October: celebrate the launch of the new issue six of Flaneur – the Moscow edition.
The November issue of British Vogue discovers ‘real women’ with an issue dedicated to academics and businesswoman. Oh, and a Hollywood A lister on the cover.
A good conversation between the founders of Hello Mr and The Great Discontent, ahead of their appearences at the AIGA conference, Las vegas.
Read this history of the CD-rom magazine and consider the iPad mag.
London, 7—8 October: Cultural Traffic is a print publishing fair that celebrates counter culture and independent publishing.
London, 8—9 October: Anorak mark their 10th anniversary with a London edition of their Drawing Imaginarium.
Gateshead, 9 October: People and Print features editors of Riposte, Weapons of Reason and Northern Correspondant.
We’re excited to partner with our friends at Eye on Design for a pop-up magazine shop at this year’s AIGA Conference in Las Vegas.
After five issues as a print magazine, Mould Map’s sixth edition is an exhibition.
Still a few tickets left for magCulture Meets The Gourmand, Thursday 6 October.
Reminder! Stack Awards deadline is Friday 7 October.
Happy 10th birthday Anorak! The new Party issue is out next week with three different covers.
The next stop for the magCulture pop-up shop is Las Vegas, watch this space.
Tomorrow night, 27 October – the next Printout looks at crowdfunding with Fiera, Rueville and Courier.
Talking of which, Works That Work magazine is Kickstarting a movie about Bhutan. Support it!
The fifth issue of Rubbish Famzine is on its way.
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.’