magRush 22: Kennedy
This is exactly the type of magazine that people who don’t get that print is here to stay need to read. The simple idea of Kennedy is this: a paperback-book sized collection of great content, billed as a journal of curiousities which really means editors Chris and Angelo can print whatever they fancy. The opening quote from GK Chesterton explains all, ‘There is no such thing as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninteretsing person.’ Expect obscure Greek bookshops, a little fashion, producer Andrew Weatherall, Ed Ruscha’s son Eddie and maore across the 164 pages. They also reproduce a piece by Chesterton from 1927 (below).