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My Favo(u)rite Magazine – on sale now

My Favo(u)rite Magazine – on sale now

We’re excited to announce that our magazine project in support of Bob Newman is now available from the magCulture shop.

My Favo(u)rite Magazine features images and words contributed by 88 magazine makers from around the world, including senior names from the New York Times Magazine, Pentagram, Anorak, Harper’s Bazaar, Port, Bloomberg Businessweek, Eye and NME. A late addition was a contribution from Bob himself. The result is a unique publication featuring an eclectic set of great magazines with explanatory texts.

There are three ways to buy My Favo(u)rite Magazine:

The print edition is a 64pp 180 x 240mm newsprint publication, £15.99.
Buy your copy of the print edition.

• The limited edition package includes the newsprint publication (signed by Andrew and Jeremy) plus an actual copy of one of the magazines featured in My Favo(u)rite Magazine. We have only ten of these packages, and each will include a different original magazine. You’ll also receive a copy of the PDF edition. £59.99.
Buy the Limited Edition package.

• A PDF download edition of the magazine is also available for £12.99, using the button after the jump

See sample spreads and further details of the project after the jump.

Note this button is for the PDF only.

My Favo(u)rite Magazine was produced to raise money for Bob Newman (above), a major figure in magazine design. Formerly design director of New York, The Village Voice, Details, Entertainment Weekly, Vibe, Real Simple among many others, Bob recently suffered an accident that left him in a coma for two weeks, with a long path to recovery ahead of him. He and his young family now faces enormous medical bills. All proceeds from My Favo(u)rite Magazine will go to Bob and his family.

For information and updates about Bob Newman’s progress visit his Facebook site. If you would like to contribute additional funds you can do so here.

We are grateful to the financial support of Eye magazine, the Society of Publishing Designers, 29th Street Publishing and The Huffington Post, and to the Newspaper Club and PHMedia for support in kind.

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