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Jemma Foster, Wild Alchemy Journal

Jemma Foster, Wild Alchemy Journal

Jemma Foster is the founder and creative director of Wild Alchemy Lab, a multi-sensory publishing platform specialising in the intersection of nature, science and esoterica. Amongst their outputs is the flambouyantly designed Wild Alchemy Journal, issue three of which has just been published.
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Marvin Scott Jarrett, Marvin

Marvin Scott Jarrett, Marvin

Marvin Scott Jarrett made his name with a series of ground-breaking magazines in the nineties, including RayGun and Nylon, before moving into TV and film. During the Covid lockdown he made a surprise return to print with a bold new music magazine, Marvin. We meet him as issue six of this large-format unbound magazine hits shops.

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Fukt #20, Faces

Fukt #20, Faces

March’s Magazine of the Month is the new issue of Fukt, another sketchbook-like collection of images enhanced this time by the very specific theme, Faces. This tightly specific subject makes for a rich selection of drawings and stories, while the cover concept hints at the long links between faces and magazines.

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Sacha and François, Revue Faire

Sacha and François, Revue Faire

Paris is currently the source of some really exciting magazines, one of which is graphic design journal Revue Faire. We meet its designer/publishers François Havegeer and Sacha Léopold, who launched the journal with the idea to address one topic every 15 days across the university year.

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The Lim family, Rubbish FAMzıne

The Lim family, Rubbish FAMzıne

This week we hear from our friends Pann, Claire, Renn and Aira in Singapore, the family behind the wonderful Rubbish FAMzine. Every issue sparks a flurry of excitement at magCulture; search here on the Journal to see why we love it so! They share their thoughts as their book celebrating 10 years of the zine is published.

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Lee and Roosa, BUM

Lee and Roosa, BUM

This week we visit Helsinki to hear from architect Lee Marable and Finnish ceramicist Roosa Melentjeff, the people behind arts and culture magazine BUM. Immediately appealing for its physical appearance, each themed issue gives voice to young designers and critics to express themselves.

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