Skip to content

Journal tagged by At work with

Natassa Pappa, Desired Landscapes

Natassa Pappa, Desired Landscapes

Pocket-sized mag Desired Landscapes has a unique approach to travel, exploring the visual culture of cities and asking ‘What is a city (now)?’ As founder Natassa Pappa answers our weekly Q&A, she ponders whether a regular Zoom call might be considered a city.

Read more
Adam Hunt, This Way Up

Adam Hunt, This Way Up

Advertising art director Adam Hunt describes the ups and downs of publishing This Way Up, an occasional magazine that practices what it preaches, celebrating self-initiated creative projects. He shares his work environment, his inspirations and his week ahead.

Read more
Charlotte Halpern, Profane

Charlotte Halpern, Profane

Paris-based Profane presents work by amateurs—‘anonymous connoisseurs and artists hidden from official circles’—in a beautifully curated and designed quarterly. Co-founder Charlotte Halpern discusses her week ahead and her magazine’s part in the French indie rennaisance.
Read more
Emelyn Rude, Eaten

Emelyn Rude, Eaten

Eaten magazine has been building a loyal audience for its coverage of the history of food, encompassing recipes, gastronomic essays and personal stories. Founder Emelyn Rude discusses the origins and inspirations of her magazine as the Party-themed no12 goes on sale.
Read more
Ellie Parkes, An Inkling
At work with

Ellie Parkes, An Inkling

Diminutive magazine An Inkling was launched by Ellie Parkes to bridge the arts and science; ‘I think it strange that science writing should be kept in the science journals and art writing in the literature journals—why not bring the two together and enable science and art writers to converse?’

Read more
Matt Conlon, Shelter From the Storm

Matt Conlon, Shelter From the Storm

This week we set aside magazines to meet Matt Conlon, General Manager at Shelter from the Storm, the Islington-based emergency night shelter we’re supporting with our Christmas Cracker campaign. Matt describes the work they do to help homeless people rebuild their lives.

Read more