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Jim #1
Illustration

Jim #1

Our favourite magazine about magazines is back! New launch Jim is the latest incarnation of Gym Class Magazine, written, edited and designed as ever by Steven Gregor. And this time he’s added his own illustrations— the focus of our review.
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Amalgam #3
Detailed

Amalgam #3

This new issue of Illinois, US-based design journal Amalgam is a triumph of self-imposed parameters. It’s a brilliant piece of black and white editorial design, the denial of colour forcing its maker Pouya Ahmadi to find other ways to bring to life the issue’s rich design- and language- focused content.
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Revue Faire #30
Out now

Revue Faire #30

This Lineto issue of Revue Faire is the perfect issue to start your relationship with the magazine. As its name alludes, it’s a magazine about doing as much as about thinking. The intelligent essay is enhanced by the clever art direction and design, the visuals more than just decoration.
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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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’Sup magazine #23
Back issue

’Sup magazine #23

Each episode of the magCulture Podcast includes a look back at a magazine from the past that deserves to be remembered. Episode 23 took a look at indie music mag ’Sup, which lasted 25 issues from 1998 through to 2013. To accompany the Podcast, we share some images from issue 23 of the magazine, from 2010.
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Stephen Petch, The Economist
At work with

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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