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David McKendrick, Paperboy

David McKendrick, Paperboy

After plenty of experience producing magazines for others – including British Esquire, Christies, Wallpaper* and Cloakroom –  art director David McKendrick has just launched the first issue of his own title, Paperboy. ‘Since I got Paperboy out my head, then out the door, then out into other peoples hands, I have felt a gentle buzz of optimism in the air.’

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Florence Gagnon, lstw

Florence Gagnon, lstw

We start the new week in Montreal, where Florence Gagnon publishes her magazine lstw. She’s publisher and creative director of the 230-page bilingual queer publication that is distributed across the world.

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Josh Jones, Pavement Licker

Josh Jones, Pavement Licker

British writer Josh Jones has been involved in an impressive range of magazines, including music mag ’Sup, Nike’s 1948 and Special Request. Alongside these, he and graphic artist James-Lee Duffy have published art ’zine Pavement Licker. 
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Stephen Petch, The Economist
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Stephen Petch, The Economist

Published since 1843, international weekly news title The Economist is instantly recognisable for its red logo.  Stephen Petch joined the magazine (or is it a newspaper? – read on!) as creative director in 2017, and here he shares his working...
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James Cartwright, Weapons of Reason
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James Cartwright, Weapons of Reason

The final issue of Weapons of Reason, the magazine launched to examine and explain complex global problems, has been published and a book updating the series of eight issues just released. Editor James Cartwright reflects on those eight issues as he looks ahead at his week.
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Jonathan Arundel, Happy Days
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Jonathan Arundel, Happy Days

Part diary, part parody, new launch Happy Days is a cheery record of 2020. Originally conceived to present an alternative to our manic pre-pandemic lives, the magazine ended up being created in between lockdowns last year, when the everyday acts...
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