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Behind the front cover, Gym Class #12
Cover story

Behind the front cover, Gym Class #12

We’ve been fans of Steven Gregor’s new Gym Class cover since he revealed it at last month’s Printout. The bold and satirical statement is definitely on point, and it taps into something that we’ve been feeling for quite a while...
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Out now: Neptún #2
Out now

Out now: Neptún #2

There seems to be great talent for magazine making in Iceland at the moment: last week we were impressed by Maena, a publication designed by students at the Icelandic Academy of the Arts, and this week art and design magazine...
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Out now: Double Dot #6
Magazine-y

Out now: Double Dot #6

There are a lot of magazines at the moment that centre on cities, and it’s becoming difficult for publications of this genre to stand out and do something distinct. But pocket-sized Double Dot manages a fresh approach to the topic....
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Magazine of the week: COS Magazine #16
Magazine of the week

Magazine of the week: COS Magazine #16

With client magazines, the true test of their worth is in determining whether the brand’s identity has been properly extended and translated into the printed format. That’s why the latest issue of COS’s magazine gets top marks: for a brand...
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Nicer Tuesdays, publishing night
Event

Nicer Tuesdays, publishing night

Last night in London It’s Nice That’s latest Nicer Tuesday evening was themed ‘Publications’. Tickets sold out in 48 hours, proving again how much interest there is in independent magazines at the moment. Guest speakers were Steve Watson from Stack,...
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Magazine of the week: Collection of Documenteries #1
Magazine of the week

Magazine of the week: Collection of Documenteries #1

People often say that ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’, a dictum that rings true when exploring the content of the ambitious first issue of Collection of Documentaries (C.O.D). Contained in the thick, glossy pages of the chunky publication...
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