Harvard Design Magazine #51
218 x 304 mm, 178 pages
Editor in chief: Ken Stewart
Published by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, this is Harvard Design Magazine's 51st issue, a multi-cover edition exploring multihyphenation (or should it be multi-hyphenation?)
Inside, the School of Design considers how today's creative landscape, one of collab culture and shifting forms of authorship, operates ‘as a mode of creative practice, a political response, and an economic imperative in our 21st century neoliberal world’, sitting down for a chat with Felix Burrichter of the ever-popular PIN-UP on page 44. Beautifully designed and printed on a range of paper stocks, including a set of delicate vellum pages halfway through the issue.