Journal tagged by A mag in five pix
The Gentlewoman #27
The days are getting longer, the weather’s warming up, and a new issue of The Gentlewoman is on our shelves. It must be Spring! To mark this happy shift, we asked the magazine’s editor-in-chief Penny Martin and new art director Merel van den Berg to talk us through five key moments from its pages.Read more
US design/collage magazine Plastikcomb is back for a fifth time, staking a corner of design publishing for its kaleidoscopic form of visual nostalgia. We take a look at the way it makes a thrilling editorial experience from an unconventional approach toward organising its stories and page designs.Read more
ZEITmagazin Internatıonal, 2022/23
The annual international edition of ZEITmagazin is always a great reminder of what we English-speakers miss in the weekly German edition: in short, great commissiong across wrod and image. Here’s a quick look at some visual highlights from this year’s issue.
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.Read more
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.
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.Read more