1 Granary Hits The Stands

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Central Saint Martins is famed for pushing the boundaries of design and entrepreneurship across fashion, design and art. They’re biannual, 1 Granary, is just the proof in the pudding.

Glastonbury Free Press

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With a little help from Nomad Letterpress, Glastonbury Festival now produce their own on site newspaper; Glastonbury Free Press.

Q&A: Winter Magazine

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All images courtesy of A Mag For All Seasons Inspired by their city and the seasonal changes it goes through, Kevin Braddock, Kati Krause and Ana Lessing wanted to produce a single edition of a magazine, where they could experiment and illustrate some of these wonderful ideas. After enjoying the process so much, we are […]

Radical Culture: Huck Magazine

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Covers courtesy of Huck magazine Words by Elizabeth Pollard Surf, skate, snow magazine, Huck, began life in the hands of a young Danny Miller, who was on a mission to rescue his first job out of uni; Adrenalin magazine. Huck has moved on a little since it’s birth in 2006, whilst there is still an […]

Gottlund Verlag

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Photographs courtesy of gottlundverlag.com Words by Elizabeth Pollard Indie publisher Gottlund Verlag represents Corinne&’s dream ambition. Founded by the artist Nicholas Gottlund in 2007, Gottlund Verlag publish limited runs of handmade books in collaboration with incredible artists like Zoe Ghertner. With every book sewn and finished by hand in a house in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, the finish […]

Q&A: The Peckham Peculiar

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(above) In the Southerden Pastry Store Words by Elizabeth Pollard Every city in the world seems to have it’s own geographic rivalry. In New York it’s fiercely Manhattan vs Brooklyn, with some Williamsburg hipsters swearing never to cross the East River. In Berlin it’s the bohemian artists of the East in Kreuzberg vs Mitte’s traditionalists […]

Wrap Magazine

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Words by Elizabeth Pollard As a skint art student, I’d often pop to Leather Lane market on a Thursday morning to buy old issues of Fantastic Man and Clash magazine for a pound. Being obsessed with archiving and collecting imagery, I couldn’t bear to cut up the careful design and photography, so I’d always buy […]

The New Age of Fashion Marketing

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Cos Magazine Words by Elizabeth Pollard When the H&M group launched their (older, cooler) sister brand, Cos, in 2007, it teamed up with the creative agency ‘Wednesday’ to develop a visual brand communication that steered away from the traditional forms of advertising i.e. the campaign. Their solution was the beautiful and collectable instore magazine to […]

The Print Debate: Porter Magazine

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Words by Elizabeth Pollard The highly anticipated launch of Porter magazine has left many in both the fashion and editorial industries a little confused. With such a successful digital enterprise what compelled founder of Net-a-Porter, Natalie Massenett to compete in an already struggling and saturated market? Massenet talked to Business of Fashion; “We’ve talked about how the Net-a-Porter […]