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Granta – Issue 164: Last Notes
Granta publishes the best emerging writers and distinguished names in each quarterly issue.
In issue 164: Last Notes
Generators, rockets, sirens and the clatter of chess – from war in Ukraine to construction booms in Phnom Penh and Cairo; from music to the experience of living in partial silence, in this issue we try to get at what we hear rather than what we see.
Ceramic Review – Issue 322
Ceramic Review is the international magazine for contemporary and historical ceramic art.
This summer issue features a 12 meter tall wedding cake, the International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth, review of new pottery show at The Hepworth Wakefield, incredible ceramic pines made by artisans in Mexico as features on this lush cover and loads more.
L[A] Lürzer’s International Archive- Issue 223
Lürzer’s Archive is a bi-monthly magazine for the advertising industry which features advertising campaigns for print and TV from around the world. The magazine was founded in 1984 and has a global circulation of 38,000, and has been described as “one of the foremost advertising magazines in the world.”
A few of my faves from latest issue:
Akira, Cinema Du Parc Montreal
Popeyes Chicken Advert, Paris
Difflam Throat Spray, London
Heinz Ketchup Advert, Dubai
Denner Supermarket, Zurich
nomad – no.14 🖤
The magazine for New Design Culture, Creative Visionaries, Eco Entrepreneurs & Purpose Driven Economy.
nomad is a magazine that promotes issues concerning quality of life, sustainability and society by curating the ideas of a growing global creative community. Inspired by the forward thinking approaches of creative visionaries, eco-pioneers, artists, authors, architects, entrepreneurs and designers worldwide, nomad magazine seeks out new perspectives to shape our local and global life towards a valuable future. In this sense, we are all nomads.
Plastikcomb – No.6 🧡
Plastikcomb Magazine is a bi-annual publication that melds art with graphic design.
Some incredible artwork in this latest issue, real punk aesthetics. Loving the collage, cut and paste style to this magazine. Interviews with all artists including ones featured here: @allan.bealy@firstname.lastname@example.org@knaut_contemporary
FARSIGHT – No.06
Future Foods 🍓🧀🥩🥬
“FARSIGHT is published by the Copenhagen Institute for Futures studies, an independent and non-profit think tank with half a century’s experience in using futures studies to address the challenges facing societies and organisations. The Institute’s core advisory offerings include megatrend analysis, scenario planning, risk assessment, innovation processes, and strategic foresight.”
and this latest issue offers a new perspective on what, how and why we eat.
ArtAsiaPacific – Issue 134
Omg! I love this animator Wong Ping @nowhynowhy 💖
His lurid style, is crass and surreal, and his work deals with human desire, obsession, shame, isolation, and repressed sexuality. The animations are otherworldly but also hilarious.
You should definitely check out his work online, this Art Asia Pacific magazine has a great in depth interview with him and and also a bunch of stills from his work.
ANYWAY – Issue 2 💚
We believe that young people deserve access to smart, honest, and fun information about their bodies and minds. That’s why we are so excited to stock this brand-new magazine. Created to cater to kids aged 9-15, ANYWAY is a gender-inclusive publication that offers a wide range of engaging stories and activities related to health, wellbeing, and culture.
“We’re here to make the totally awkward totally awesome—and to help all young people know that their own feelings and experiences are normal.” – ANYWAY
This second issue of ANYWAY Magazine is packed with articles that reflect the interests of today’s kids. From fashion, self-care, and mental health, to recipes, puzzles and a craft projects. It contains authentic contributions from real kids, making it very different to other magazines aimed at this age range.
BranD – Issue 67 ❣️
Awwww the latest issue of BranD magazine is sooo cute!
From Illustrator to Artist: Let’s Draw Now!
This entire issue is dedicated to showcasing the work of Kimi, full name HeeEun Kim, @kimi_etc an illustrator and artist based in Korea. Her style mix of retro & nostalgic textures, she has published a number of picture books and held several solo exhibitions.
You should definitely check out her work online and also grab this beautiful issue of BranD❣️
SLEEK – no.77
“SLEEK is Germany’s leading independent media house located in Berlin, the creative capital of the world. This creativity manifests itself in the magazine’s quarterly print publication and digital channels – a source of inspiration to its readers that enables them to push their own creative pursuits to greater heights.
SLEEK’s unparalleled access to forward-thinking trends in fashion, music, art, photography, design, and much more is credited to the deeply established relationship to the creative community that has been nurtured over many years.”
HERDES – Icelandic Issue❣️
“Herdes is a cutting-edge, biannual travel and fashion publication connecting and inspiring a global community of creative individuals passionate about exploring the world.
Launched in 2016, Herdes has become the go-to source for style-leading trends, providing readers with visually stunning and innovative storytelling through its highly-regarded magazine”
Latest issue is alllll about Iceland.