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Archive for July, 2012
This year’s edition of the Monocle Mediterraneo is out tomorrow (July 26), and here’s what you’ll find inside: The third edition of Monocle’s summer newspaper, Monocle Mediterraneo, will launch on Thursday 26 July. Continuing Monocle’s investment in slow, intelligently designed media and global reporting, Monocle Mediterraneo 2012 will mark two years since the brand’s first [...]
So what’s the deal? The Huffington Post launches a weekly newsmagazine for iPad, Huffington, that repurposes content from the site — mixed in with some new pieces – and presents in a magazine-like format and frequency. Each issue is $1, and you can buy a monthly subscription for $2, and an annual one for $20. Who [...]
This article was posted on July 20, 2012 under the category Reviews, and covers the following topics: AOL Mobile, Bloomberg Businessweek, Huffington, Josh Klenert, Newsweek, The Huffington Post, Time
Many of Them — a limited edition (1000 copies) self-published magazine from San Sebastian — has released its second issue (Vol. II Days of Being Wild). Here’s what the magazine is all about: It supposed an exclusive meeting between different artists never seen before, who emerge as a turning poitn in front of the excessive [...]
What is T-Post? As the video below explains, it’s a magazine in the form of a t-shirt. The latest shirt/issue is a tribute to the Beastie Boys’ MCA (see the image in this post), which was designed by Grotesk. You can subscribe to T-Post for a year — 12 months, 12 tees, as a cost of 29 [...]
Issue no. 34 of Brownbook is out, and here’s what you’ll find inside: It has been an important twelve months for sports in the Middle East. With the Arab Games in Doha in December and the Olympics just around the corner, we believe that athletes have an opportunity to be true ambassadors to their countries. [...]
There’s a new issue of Centrefold — issue VII, “Unpublished” — and although it’s a free download as an iPad edition, the video flip-through below might entice you to favor the print edition. Promo for new issue of Centrefold magazine [Gym Class Magazine]
The third issue of Tokyo-based TOO MUCH magazine launched here in Tokyo a few weeks ago, but a second launch will happen in Paris this Thursday (July 5, from 19:00) at Bureau de Change. The event will include the magazine’s co-founder, Audrey Fondecave, an installation by Item Idem, and a film selection by Cédrick Eymenier.
Not only is the second issue of Satellite out, but there will also be two launch events, in Brooklyn and Montreal — the former because that’s where the magazine is made (along with Toronto), and the latter because it forms the topic of the second issue. Satellite describes itself as “a biannual magazine focusing on [...]