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The Ride Journal #10
Cover story

The Ride Journal #10

When it arrived last month, the tenth edition of cycling mag The Ride Journal seemed to be very much business as usual. Wrapped in another stunning Shan Jiang cover illustration – this time the bicycle placed in a dirty yellow-tinted...
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19.11.15
Event

19.11.15

Congratulations to all this years BSME Awards winners, especially art directors Simon Esterson, Matt Curtis and Jennifer McNally. Another mens mag bites the dust: Condé Nast closes Details… …while ‘UK adults spent over £1.2 billion on print magazine media in...
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Sometimes magazines die
Opinion

Sometimes magazines die

For this month’s Opinion post, Rob Alderson asks if its always bad news when a magazine closes. Late last week, ESPN announced it was closing Grantland, its four-year-old sports and pop culture site. Grantland was much-loved by many for championing...
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13.07.15
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13.07.15

Who won what at the 2015 PPA Awards? The persistance of Lit Mags. Nice kid’s mag from workshop with Francesco Franchi. NME to publish bumper final paid-for edition on 01 August.
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Overmatter: 30.03.15
Event

Overmatter: 30.03.15

Vice launches its UK election coverage… ‘It’s going to be the most anarchic election in living memory. It would be a shame to have to cover it in the same grey, old boring way’. The Economist is to launch a...
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Overmatter 20.02.15
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Overmatter 20.02.15

magCulture, MagPile, Magpie… well done to the PPA for finding another word starting with ‘mag’ for their new industry lobby group Magnetic. ‘Throughout history magazines representing rebellion on all sides…’ Steven Heller takes a look at ISIS magazine Dabiq. ‘The...
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