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Fieldnotes #1
Page 23

Fieldnotes #1

This new magazine from London is packed with thought-provoking writing and imagery. So it may seem perverse to focus our attention on a blank page in the issue, our latest Page 23; yet a blank page can be just as important as a busy text-laden page.
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La Nueva Carne #2
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La Nueva Carne #2

This new magazine addresses the changes the digital realm is imposing on our lives. It’s not the only print magazine we’ve seen recently to address such issues, but is surely the most accomplished. The writing is strong; the accompanying artworks brilliant.
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Sophie Cross, Freelancer Magazine

Sophie Cross, Freelancer Magazine

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, as issue one lands on doormats, founder Sophie Cross  tells us about Freelancer Magazine and her plans to ‘Support freelancers in being bold and ambitious and debunk some myths around freelancing.’
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Objection #1

Objection #1

This beautifully produced, large-format launch is the perfect riposte to anybody thinking that the interiors magazine is a tired genre. Sized just under A3, the unbound pages of Objection flow across the table like prints, revealing a series of clever editorial ideas.
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Superposition #1
Page 23

Superposition #1

New Swiss architecture magazine Superposition arrives wrapped in a gorgeously contrasting red and blue typographic cover announcing the theme, Hardcore Home.
Inside, a series of thoughtful stories about Home are presented in a gentler manner, and our latest Page 23 is typical of that.

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David McKendrick, Paperboy

David McKendrick, Paperboy

After plenty of experience producing magazines for others – including British Esquire, Christies, Wallpaper* and Cloakroom –  art director David McKendrick has just launched the first issue of his own title, Paperboy. ‘Since I got Paperboy out my head, then out the door, then out into other peoples hands, I have felt a gentle buzz of optimism in the air.’

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