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Amalgam #3
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Amalgam #3

This new issue of Illinois, US-based design journal Amalgam is a triumph of self-imposed parameters. It’s a brilliant piece of black and white editorial design, the denial of colour forcing its maker Pouya Ahmadi to find other ways to bring to life the issue’s rich design- and language- focused content.
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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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Revue Faire #30
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Revue Faire #30

This Lineto issue of Revue Faire is the perfect issue to start your relationship with the magazine. As its name alludes, it’s a magazine about doing as much as about thinking. The intelligent essay is enhanced by the clever art direction and design, the visuals more than just decoration.
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New Yawk magazine

New Yawk magazine

The recent Style issue of New York magazine received a lot of attention for the cover image, Bobby Docherty’s shot of a model dressed in a collection of the city’s finest branded souvenirs. But alongside the photo, many will have overlooked the issue’s one-off change of title. 
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Visions #2
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Visions #2

To call Visions science fiction wouldn’t be entirely accurate – the journal is full of non-fiction investigations and well founded predictions, too. Visions is described as ‘a science fiction magazine where writers, designers and researchers of the past and present...
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Peter Mendelsund, The Atlantic
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Peter Mendelsund, The Atlantic

Peter Mendelsund has been described by the New York Times, referring to his book cover designs, as ‘one of the top designers at work today’. He also writes both fiction and non-fiction books, and has recently been working on his...
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