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The Fence #11

The Fence #11

Our latest Page 23 sits inside the eleventh issue of The Fence, an unlikely indie champion of scurrilous political and cultural London gossip. Notable for its black and red colour scheme and bold use of cartoons, the magazine has a deceptively simple identity that masks something more intriguing and deliberate.
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Interview #541

Interview #541

If a magazine has a longstanding archive it should flaunt it! Our latest Page 23 post features the current issue of Interview, and its tribute to US fashion maven André Leon Talley. The page reproduces a layout from their August 1976 issue featuring ‘the most talked about new social diarist of 1976.’
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Grow #3
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Grow #3

We don’t see many magazines about science, so when one as well-produced as Grow turns up it deserves some attention. We take a closer look via page 23 of issue three, highlighting how it challenges expectations without breaking the magazine’s core functionality. 

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Modern Matter #19
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Modern Matter #19

The latest issue of Modern Matter is a physical response to the hacking of the magazine’s Instagram account. Always testing the possibilities of print, founder Olu Odukoya has produced a magazine with its pages ‘shredded’, the content on the verge of being unreadable.
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Dirty Furniture #5
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Dirty Furniture #5

The sudden return of Dirty Furniture—the magazine that examines a different piece of furniture each issue—offers a great example of how to adapt traditional magazine flatplanning to today’s digital context. Page 23 sits in the issue’s Anecdotes section, giving some quick entry points into the magazine.
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Zweikommasieben #23
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Zweikommasieben #23

Our latest Page 23 highlights a beautiful example of how a five-way conversation can be designed to make the reading experience not only functionally efficient but aesthetically pleasing too. It’s from the latest issue of Swiss contemporary music mag Zweikommasieben.
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