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In this episode Jeremy and Danielle discuss recent issues of La Nueva Carne, Electronic Sound and Good Place. Then we meet two guests. First up is John Holt, the man behind the wonderful LAW magazine; he shares the passion for England and Englishlishness that drives his project. Then Paul Gorman takes us back to the seventies to consider two short-lived but essential music magazines, Street Life and Collusion.
Our latest audio journey into the culture of magazines sees Riposte founder Danielle Pender discuss the return of the print edition after a two year gap. She also shares a few finds from the magCulture shelves, including Meantime and Now You Know. Plus an excerpt from The Modernist’s Eddy Rhead’s talk at the magCulture Shop marking their 40th edition. We end with a look back at football mag Mundial.
Jeremy Leslie is joined by two guests, one a long-established indie publisher, the other a design director known for her branding work. Both have plenty to share about magazine-making: Pentagram’s Marina Willer has just redesigned film mag Sight and Sound, and Felix Burrichter has just published the 30th issue of architecture mag Pin-Up. Plus: Tide, Amalgam, and a look back at the London 2012 Olympics magazines.
In this episode we meet brand new publisher Emmanuelle Goutal and experienced hands Jop van Bennekom and Gert Jonkers. Emmanuelle visited the magCulture Shop to discuss her recent launch Objection, offering a new twist on the interiors mag, and Jop and Gert, founders of Fantastic Man, discuss their new Reuse-themed issue. The back issue is no11/12 of German design mag Form+Zweck, published in 1994.
Our 23rd episode features 23 magazines, opening with issue 23 of The Gentlewoman and closing with a look back at issue 23 of music mag ’Sup. In between, Jeremy talks to The Plant’s Carol Montpart about the making their new issue, and magazine collector Steven Lomazow discusses his archive and the role of magazines in recording history. Also featured: Backstage Talks, Failed States and At Home.