It’s here! After 12 weeks of planning and hard work, the latest issue of Impulse magazine is actually printed. You can pick up a copy in shops, cafes and gyms in the Edinburgh area. But be quick as they won’t last long. Produced by third-year Edinburgh Napier University journalism students, the annual magazine is part
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The cover of this great little magazine from the 1930s sums up the Christmas season for us here at CMYK. Lilliput was “the pocket magazine for everyone”, and showcased great photography, short stories, and illustrations – as seen here on this wintry cover, drawn by Walter Trier. The little Scottie dog appeared on all the
We’re very proud of our work on the Journal for the John Muir Trust, and this little lot should be arriving through your letterbox pretty soon if you’re a member.
The latest retail outlet to get into print is High Street behemoth, Top Shop, with this quality free magazine that allows you to buy and see additional content by scanning pages with their own app (see because magazine). I guess Redwood were one of the pioneers of this ‘magalogue’ publishing over 25 years ago when
People who don’t read magazines often dismiss them as mindless gossip vehicles, confusing one sector of a very diverse market with the market as a whole. They’ve clearly never ventured to the deep end of the periodical pool – and that pool doesn’t get much deeper than Intelligent Life.
Here’s another festive cover from my time as designer on Woman’s Journal. It was 1989 and I’d just left college – so it was my first proper job earning proper money.