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FatBoy Zine #4

FatBoy Zine #4

‘It’s not always clear why but sometimes a particular magazine just gets to you. There’s something at its core that speaks to something at yours. For me right now, that’s FatBoy Zine…’ Danielle relishes the fourth issue of the ‘greedy attempt to document Asian food and identity’.
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Icarus Complex #4

Icarus Complex #4

For our latest ‘It’s this one thing’ post, Danielle takes a look at a magazine addressing that most vital of niches, climate change. Icarus Complex is a smartly designed magazine that takes a serious look at its subject, drilling into the complexity of the climate crisis and offering practical solutions.
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Pink magazine cover with partially visible black text reading "NGS OOK" and black marks
It's this one thing

The City is Ours #1

The City is Ours is possibly the most perfect subject yet for our ‘It’s this one thing’ strand. The nicher-than-niche concern of this launch issue—the first in a series of six encouraging street-level curiosity—is the chewed-up-and-uncermoniously-spat-out chewing gum that adds chance pattern to our cities.

 

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So Young #37
It’s this one thing

So Young #37

‘Though I adore music, spend a significant amount of time carefully compiling playlists, and have enthusiastically jumped back into live gigs post(?)-pandemic—I don’t often find myself reading music magazines,’ writes shop manager Danielle Mustarde. An exception is So Young, champion of UK indie/post-punk, and subject of her latest ‘It’s this one thing’ post.
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Mushroom People

Mushroom People

For our latest ‘It’s this one thingpost, Danielle takes a walk through an ancient, enchanted forest with Mushroom People. This one-off mag from the Broccoli team combines the fantastical and the contemporary as it highlights the renaissance of interest in our fungal neighbours.

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Math #9

Math #9

For the sixth edition of ‘It’s This One Thing’ Danielle gets up close and personal with Math magazine, and finds it a more positive experience than her schoolday memories of both maths and sex education lessons led her to expect.

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