Printed Pages, from It’s Nice That, just gets better and better. Launched last year after a period of reflection post–It’s Nice That magazine, it offers a unique voice about contemporary creative work that embellishes their online presence rather than competes with it. The new issue has more pages (130), is perfect bound, and – especially for us magaholics – reveals a new project from Bloomberg Businessweek creative director Richard Turley.
Turley has designed a one-off special edition of music mag ’Sup, based on their Day in the Desert festival held late last summer in the Joshua Tree National Park. He assigned two weeks to the project, roped in BBW colleagues Emily Keegin and Tracy Ma, and made the magazine in New York with little time or money.
The result is a fascinating side-project that showcases Turley’s interests in smaller magazines such as Buffalo Zine, and occupy a space somewhere between his tumblr and Bloomberg Businessweek.
Note: the spreads here are from Printed Pages, showing the ’Sup designs.