magCulture pop-up shop
Inside the theatre
Jeremy Leslie introduces the day
Host Liv Siddall introduces the first speaker…
…David Lane, The Gourmand.
Andrew Tuck, editor-in-chief of Monocle, discusses the thinking behind their Monocle24 radio station.
Grashina Gabelmann, editor, Flaneur
Jeremy Leslie introduces his new book ‘Independence.’
Inside the tote bags. *
Ready for the magazine-handling sessions.
Magazines included the first-ever edition of Wired.
Sophie Lovell, editor of Uncube.
Louis–Jacques Darveau, The Alpine Review
James Fairbank, head of brand at Rapha, explains the context of their recent magazine launch.
Our supporters Park had print samples on show, including many of the publications that won them ‘Magazine Printer of the Year’ recently.
Char and Bertie from Mushpit introduced their fine magazine.
Matt Phare, creative director Shortlist and Stylist.
Charlotte Heal, creative director of Kinfolk describes her recent redesign of the magazine (below).
Scott Dadich’s plane was cancelled, but he joined us from Wired’s San Francisco offices via Google Hangout…
…and executive creative director Billy Sorrentino joined the conversation.
Kati Krause pleaded for digital slowness as she proposed what websites could learn from magazines.
Ibrahim Nehme, the man behind The Outpost, closed the day answ
The CSM student helpers, along with magCulture’s Jese, Ewan and Raechel, and CSM tutor Cath Caldwell. *
We treated our speakers to a perfect end-of-day celebration courtesy of the Jago restaurant at Second Home, London’s iconic and innovative workspace and cultural venue, bringing together a global community of thinkers, makers, artists and entrepreneurs. *
All photographs by Owen Richards (except those marked *)
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