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Vestoj #10

Vestoj #10

The arrival of a new print issue of Vestoj, the ‘Journal of Sartorial Matters’, is always a joy, and this latest issue is no exception. Although always busy online, the print edition demonstrates how a well-designed, themed set of stories can deliver for the fashion-obsessed and fashion-wary alike.
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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?’

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Inque #1
New magazines

Inque #1

Literary and arts magazine Inque is the most hotly anticipated launch of 2021, the latest project from editor Dan Crowe and Matt Willey, the team behind Zembla and Port. As the first issues arrives with subscribers, we take a look through it and hear from Willey about how he approached the magazine.

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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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Sindroms, Blue

Sindroms, Blue

Despite the ubiquity of printed and digital images, we still need fresh inspiration. A new range of magazines offer image-orientated content and the opportunity for surprise, away from the limits of our personalised algorithms. Here, we look at the sixth issue of Sindrom, featuring the colour Blue.
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The Baffler #56
Cover story

The Baffler #56

Bimonthly US mag The Baffler presents a critical, liberal view of politics and culture, alongside short stories, poetry and art. It’s covers provide a blank canvas for an illustrator to highlight a feature in the issue; we spoke to design studio No Idea about this recent cover about counterpublics, drawn by Kurt Woerpel.

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