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
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Here’s one from the archives – American magazine Family Fun loved to dress up at Halloween. This issue is from 1998. Yes, that is a fluorescent orange you see there…
In advance of Father’s Day this Sunday, we take a look back at simpler times when men were men and revelled in doing manly things – like fighting off sharks.
I have been watching the excitement build for Vintage at the Southbank Centre, which kicks off tomorrow for 3 days of what looks like fantastic fun. I am a self-confessed Festival of Britain nut, so to have the event at the Southbank Centre 60 years after the ground-breaking festival took place there is absolute genius.
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