Femina: French magazines from the Belle Epoque We are going all French here at CMYK Towers. Emma, our intern from Biarritz is helping on the advertising side of things, and Benedicte, our freelance designer from Bordeaux is laying a few pages out for Scotland in Trust magazine. I had a few copies of ground-breaking
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Killing time in Athens airport last week, I picked up a free airport magazine called 2board. I flicked through, expecting puffery for the watches, perfumes and sundry cakes on sale all around me. Instead I marvelled at superb photographs, many of Greece, many not, and at absorbing features including one on The Gypsetters, a social
Just spotted this rather lovely looking project via @twitsplosion – sadly we were too late to get our hands on a physical copy of the first edition but, if you want to check it out, you can buy the PDF for the modest fee of £3
Well, the definition of comely is ‘good looking’ or ‘attractive’, and this new magazine by Adeline Media certainly ticks those boxes. oh comely (keep your curiosity sacred) is a strange publication however. Cover lines are scribbled, layouts are minimalist, capital letters are banned and features tend to be written in the first person by
If you like magazines and magazine design, you may well already be aware of the MagCulture blog run by Jeremy Leslie. You may or may not be aware that Jeremy has been guest posting for the splendid fellow bloggers It’s Nice That. Go check it out!
buy xenical online Made us laugh here at CMYK. Maybe you have to be a designer. Or have a beard. Or a designer with a beard.