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Fantastic Man #37

Fantastic Man #37

The ever-evolving Fantastic Man is back with a new format, look and direction that creative director Jop van Bennekom describes as ‘subtle and indeed drastic at the same time.’ Take a look through the pages of the new issue with its new logo, more fashion, and a smart new (single) typeface throughout.
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John Sunyer, Courier

John Sunyer, Courier

As magCulture Live New York 2023 nears, we meet John Sunyer, Editor of Courier, who will be presenting the recent complete relaunch of the magazine. He and Photo editor Anna Jay will be discussing how the magazine has completely reinvented its format while retaining the core idea of telling stories of modern business.
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Debika Ray, Crafts

Debika Ray, Crafts

This week, the UK Crafts Councils’s Crafts magazine relaunches as a biannual, with a fresh new design and improved paper stock. Editor Debika Ray explains the thinking behind the shift in strategy, and the magazine’s new role as the centre of a membership scheme, as she looks ahead at her week.
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Dirty Furniture #5
Page 23

Dirty Furniture #5

The sudden return of Dirty Furniture—the magazine that examines a different piece of furniture each issue—offers a great example of how to adapt traditional magazine flatplanning to today’s digital context. Page 23 sits in the issue’s Anecdotes section, giving some quick entry points into the magazine.
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Fabrizio Festa, Huck

Fabrizio Festa, Huck

As Huck magazine relaunches with a fresh design and larger format, Design Director Fabrizio Festa discusses his influences, the redesign of the magazine and his week ahead. ‘I like to come up with rules and restrictions and see how far I can push them. Having limitations really frees my imagination.’

 

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Introducing magCulture v5
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Introducing magCulture v5

If you’re reading this, you’re already experiencing our brand new web platform. Designed to draw together the many parts of magCulture into a clearer and more cohesive whole, we hope you’ll find it a huge improvement on the previous site.

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