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A Line Which Forms A Volume #7

A Line Which Forms A Volume #7

Magazines can be many things, but distribution channel for student design research promises something special. February’s Magazine of the Month delivers on that promise: the latest issue of A Line Which Forms A Volume, the annual print output from MA Graphic Design students at the London College of Communication.

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MacGuffin #13

MacGuffin #13

As soon as I saw the latest issue of MacGuffin I knew it was a possible Magazine of the Month. The only thing holding me back was that I’ve written about the mag so often—was there anything new to say? Spending Christmas with the issue convinced me there was plenty to say about the gorgeous 13th edition.
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Amalgam #4

Amalgam #4

The latest issue of US magazine Analgam is another brilliantly radical look at the intersection of typography, language and power. Themed ‘Collapse’, it again presents challenging content in challenging but beautiful layouts, making the most of its simple but effective black and white typography.
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Disco Pogo #4

Disco Pogo #4

Issue four of Disco Pogo sees the dance music mag really hit its stride. We love its name, its mix of old and new music and artists, and the way its cover strategy reflects that mix. Take a look through its pages as we settle on a Pet Shop Boys portrait as the perfect visual metaphor for the magazine as a whole.
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Butt #33

Butt #33

Our latest Magazine of the Month is a piece of publishing history, not only for reinventing queer publishing, but also for helping establish the creative house style behind Fantastic Man and The Gentlewoman. After an eleven year gap, Butt returned last year with the same energy applied to a bolder vision of queer life.

 

 

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Left Cultures #2
Magazine of the month

Left Cultures #2

The first question facing our latest Magazine of the Month was, ‘is it a magazine?’ Taking our simplest description of the form—a serial publication—then yes, Left Cultures fits the bill perfectly. Plus it’s built from text and illustration. Read on to find out more, and learn why we selected it this month.
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