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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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Jonathan Arundel, Happy Days
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Jonathan Arundel, Happy Days

Part diary, part parody, new launch Happy Days is a cheery record of 2020. Originally conceived to present an alternative to our manic pre-pandemic lives, the magazine ended up being created in between lockdowns last year, when the everyday acts...
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Maori Karmael Holmes, Seen
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Maori Karmael Holmes, Seen

Curator, filmmaker and writer Maori Karmael Holmes founded the BlackStar festival, celebrating film and visual culture created by black, brown and indigenous artists, in 2012. She serves as its artistic director and CEO, and, as editor, recently led the team...
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January 2021
Coverage

January 2021

This month’s Coverage is a special one. Despite everything – Covid, Brexit, winter – we’ve seen so many new magazines launch that we wanted to highlight our pick of them. In fact, as our notes show, many have come to...
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Aaron Beebe, Plastikcomb
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Aaron Beebe, Plastikcomb

Maryland-based artist/graphic designer Aaron Beebe is known for his collages of type and image, and has recently launched Plastikcomb magazine as a vehicle for his work and passion. Here he introduces the first issue and design collaborator Thomas Schostok, while...
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Spiral #1
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Spiral #1

Given its huge popularity, it’s surprising we haven’t seen more magazines about American football. New launch Spiral sets out to correct this, just as fans gear up for the Superbowl this coming weekend. As someone with zero interest in the...
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