We’re smitten by Pleasant Place, a smart new magazine from Amsterdam devoted to gardening. It’s a subtle piece of publishing, both serious and fun at the same time, and beautifully designed to reflect that mix. You don’t have to love gardening to enjoy it, but it’ll surely win over some converts to the activity.
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Award-winning writer, editor and broadcaster Juliet Rix started her career at the BBC, working in television and then as the BBC radio correspondent in Indonesia, before returning to London and freelance life. She shares her latest role, editor of travel/drink magazine Tonic, for which she won Highly Commended at the recent BSME Awards.Read more
US design/collage magazine Plastikcomb is back for a fifth time, staking a corner of design publishing for its kaleidoscopic form of visual nostalgia. We take a look at the way it makes a thrilling editorial experience from an unconventional approach toward organising its stories and page designs.Read more