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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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Sindroms, Blue

Sindroms, Blue

Despite the ubiquity of printed and digital images, we still need fresh inspiration. A new range of magazines offer image-orientated content and the opportunity for surprise, away from the limits of our personalised algorithms. Here, we look at the sixth issue of Sindrom, featuring the colour Blue.
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Printing Fashion #1
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Printing Fashion #1

This new magazine is a record of an event of the same name held last year in Paris. Printing Fashion casts a welcome intellectual eye over magazines and their role in research and history, with discussions opening up some fascinating topics around the theme of ‘Time’.
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2020 Magazine #1, 2021

2020 Magazine #1, 2021

This new magazine invited 12 contributors to offer a series of single, full-page images that sum up 2021—the first of an annual series to span this decade. It’s a rich visual experience; ‘Frankly, it’s a relief to be spared some of the attempts at explanation demended in other magazines…’
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