I love the look of the new issue of Colors, taking on football as the World Cup arrives. We’ll have the issue in our shop shortly; meanwhile, Creative Review has more.
US Vogue is earning money selling clothes via Instagram.
Congratulations to all the winners of the BSME Rising Stars awards.
David Hepworth recalls some of the stranger characters of magazine publishing, ‘Pearson glimpsed the mirage of platform neutrality in 1899, a hundred years before anyone else, serving on the board of the British Mutoscope and Biograph Company who hoped to be able to use their story telling talents on the big screen. It didn’t work.’
New magazine Barmcake promises ‘Northern entertainment for the middle-aged.’
Interview with creative director Alex Breuer about The Guardian’s fine new apps, ‘Layouts across articles and pages can vary across the day and that will be an editing decision.’
It’s been a long time coming but London’s House of Illustration opens this summer with a series of events.
Radio 4’s John Humphreys recently said he wouldn’t recommned journalism to his children; others disagree.
A mixed bag of iPad app trends as seen by Mag+’s Matt Cokeley.