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Field Guide
Print x Digital

Field Guide

This subtle new publication from the Pop-Up Magazine team arrives as a beautifully produced print package but also includes great audio. Together, the two elements add up to a fascinating experiment in combining print and digital to share inspirational stories.
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Kenny X Li, YeP YeP
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Kenny X Li, YeP YeP

This week we head to Hong Kong to hear from Kenny X Li, who has just published the first issue of YeP YeP, an image-only magazine showcasing the city’s creative community and challenging our expectations of life under the political turmoil there over the last two years.
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Audrey & Vicente, balcony
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Audrey & Vicente, balcony

We start the week with Audrey Rose Smith and Vicente Muñoz, founders of new magazine balcony. Its refreshing view of the art world ignores the usual work-fixated narratives of art publishing in favour of conversations with artists about their lives and practice. They share their hopes for the magazine and their week ahead.

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Open Spaces #1

Open Spaces #1

This Close-up excerpt is our first from a brand new magazine. Open Spaces launched recently from New York, and covers land art. In our selected piece, writer Diana Irvine drives cross country to visit one of the seminal examples of the form, Robert Smithson’s ‘Spiral Jetty’ in deepest Utah.

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Printing Fashion #1
A mag in five pix

Printing Fashion #1

This new magazine is a record of an event of the same name held last year in Paris. Printing Fashion casts a welcome intellectual eye over magazines and their role in research and history, with discussions opening up some fascinating topics around the theme of ‘Time’.
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Harriet Fitch Little, Kindling
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Harriet Fitch Little, Kindling

Kindling is a new magazine from the Kinfolk team that delivers a fresh approach to publishing for ‘people with children’. It’s brilliant,  and along with a redesign of Kinfolk itself, will help change any remaining preconceptions of the brand. We talk to Editor-in-chief Harriet Fitch Little as both magazine are published. 

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