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Linseed Journal #1

Linseed Journal #1

Linseed Journal does everything right: it looks great, feels great, and continually surprises with its erudite and thoughtful content. It’s an example of the magazine as experience, using a single natural object—the humble apple—to explore art, history, science, design and horticulture.
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Batshit Times #3

Batshit Times #3

All new trends surface in magazines at some point, and right now we’re seeing Artificial Intelligence pop up everywhere. Batshit Times succesfully uses AI technology to reflect and challenge the chaos of the modern world; curiously, in doing so it makes a strong argument for the role of the editor over the algorithm.

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Playbot #1

Playbot #1

CSM graphics graduate Min Kim recently dropped off a sample copy of Playbot, part of her final year project. We were immediately drawn to its AI-driven content, and that punning title. At once serious and comedic, it’s a small but startling starter for the conversation about how humans and technology might coexist together in the future.
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Middle Plane #5

Middle Plane #5

Middle Plane explores the relationship between art and fashion in a unique way, presenting images that reflect the life and work of a single artist. We asked the magazine’s India Birgitta Jarvis to talk us through five images from their latest David Hockney-inspired issue five.

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Vestoj #10

Vestoj #10

The arrival of a new print issue of Vestoj, the ‘Journal of Sartorial Matters’, is always a joy, and this latest issue is no exception. Although always busy online, the print edition demonstrates how a well-designed, themed set of stories can deliver for the fashion-obsessed and fashion-wary alike.
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M-A (A Space Between) #1
A mag in five pix

M-A (A Space Between) #1

M-A (A Space Between) is a new large-format publication presenting a series of spiral-bound, full-bleed black and white photographs from known and emerging talent. It’s a useful reminder that magazines are as able to address the abstract as communicate fact and opinion.

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