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Audrey & Vicente, balcony
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Audrey & Vicente, balcony

We start the week with Audrey Rose Smith and Vicente Muñoz, founders of new magazine balcony. Its refreshing view of the art world ignores the usual work-fixated narratives of art publishing in favour of conversations with artists about their lives and practice. They share their hopes for the magazine and their week ahead.

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Samuel Valiente, La nueva carne

Samuel Valiente, La nueva carne

We thoroughly enjoyed issue two of La nueva carne and its examination of how our ideas of Beauty are being altered by digitalisation. We speak to editor Samuel Valiante as he plans the third issue, looking at how new technologies are affecting our ideas of Faith.
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Hannah Robathan, shado
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Hannah Robathan, shado

Multimedia platform shado supports social justice online and via its biannual print publication. We speak to cofounder Hannah Robathan about her week as issue four of the print mag arrives, addressing Youth.

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Lucas B.B, Papersky

Lucas B.B, Papersky

Lucas B.B.is a unique figure in Japanese publishing: an American who helped put Japanese youth culture on the global map with the legendary Tokion magazine. He now publishes travel title Papersky, and we speak to him as issue 64, Kochi, hits shops.

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Harriet Fitch Little, Kindling
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Harriet Fitch Little, Kindling

Kindling is a new magazine from the Kinfolk team that delivers a fresh approach to publishing for ‘people with children’. It’s brilliant,  and along with a redesign of Kinfolk itself, will help change any remaining preconceptions of the brand. We talk to Editor-in-chief Harriet Fitch Little as both magazine are published. 

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Rhona Ezuma, Thiiird

Rhona Ezuma, Thiiird

One of the arguments in favour of the print magazine is the way campaigning publishers continue to turn to the format. One magazine doing just that is Thiiird, the annual publication at the heart of the creative platform of the same name. Today, we meet founder Rhona Ezuma.
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