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California Sunday Magazine
Detailed

California Sunday Magazine

The new issue of California Sunday Magazine leads with a photo report about female big-wave surfers, a strong series of images from Rose Marie Cromwell. They’re accompanied by a series of captions which have been gently manipulated to appear as...
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032c #34, The Big Flat Now
Out now

032c #34, The Big Flat Now

Berlin’s 032c is always delivers on the design front; under the guidance of art director Mike Meiré and designer Tim Giesen it continues to challenge what is contemporary. It’s also developed an interesting themetic device where a guest art director...
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Paul Harpin, Harpin & Waring
Issues

Paul Harpin, Harpin & Waring

Paul Harpin has been responsible for the design of over 300 magazines as creative director at publishers including Haymarket, Redwood, Centaur and Times magazines in Singapore. Now he’s gone back to his roots — design consultancy — with a new...
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National Geographic redesign
Redesign

National Geographic redesign

It’s easy to characterise National Geographic as a magazine from another era, quietly fading away in today’s tougher market, so it was exciting to hear the title had been completely redesigned, prompted by a recent increase in sales. Developed by...
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Port #22
Cover story

Port #22

When you think of Port magazine, the front cover that probably comes to mind is a striking, black and white headshot of an older male actor accompanied by some stylish typography. The London-based biannual has broken from this mold on...
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Nick Loaring, Double Dagger
At work with

Nick Loaring, Double Dagger

We start the week with a look at the world of letterpress printing with Double Dagger’s co-publisher, editor and printer Nick Loaring. After only two issues, Double Dagger has established itself as a strong reminder of the creative power of...
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