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It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of 29th Street Publishing — as the latest review on this site reveals, that company’s creative director is pretty great. The latest title to come out of 29th is a rather big deal, and marks none other than the arrival of Harper’s Magazine to iOS (as with [...]
This article was posted on November 17, 2013 under the category New Releases, and covers the following topics: 29th Street Publishing, Alliance of Audited Media, Harper's Magazine, iPad, iPhone, iTunes Store
The second issue of The Quartely is out. The title bills itself as an “experimental photographic publication,” and here’s what you can expect to find inside: Three months in the making, the 144-page creative journal features exclusive work from some of the world’s most talented photographers and writers on a high-paper stock, advert-free platform. The [...]
It’s been a long time coming, but the fantastic new issue of Letter to Jane for iPad is now out — titled “Shadows” — and it’s easily the best issue yet. Letter to Jane is an interactive experience that lets you discover some of the best artists and entertainers of our time. Nominated for Design [...]
The first issue of DODO magazine is out, and it features two covers (cover B is pictured in this post). Below, a trailer for the issue: You can’t purchase the issue online, but here’s a list of shops where you’ll find it.
The 10th issue of the self-published video game magazine SCROLL was released this summer, and it’s a fantastic look back at the Boku no Natsuyasumi (My Summer Vacation) series. I’ve never had the pleasure of playing any of those games — they’ve never been released in the West — but I did play the developer’s [...]
As you can tell from the stark cover, the new issue of mono.kultur (No. 34) focuses on Brian Eno. Chances are that you will be far more familiar with Brian Eno and his work than you might realise. Whether you know him as a founding member of the gloriously influential 1970s art-rock outfit Roxy Music, [...]
Monocle‘s annual summer newspaper, the Monocle Mediterraneo, now in its 4th edition, is set to come out next week, on July 25. Here’s what you can expect to find inside: —The Moroccan revolution – since the Arab Spring gained pace two years ago, Morocco has managed to avoid the violent upheaval of it’s neighbours. We [...]
All Hollow is a quarterly indie magazine from Romania, published in English, and from the 4th issue (out now) it’s going international. Here’s what the magazine’s Roxana Dănăilă has to say about the title: All Hollow is a fashion photography & design magazine (think Dazed and Confused meets Interview magazine), which has set out to [...]
The latest release from 29th Street — and its 12th title launch — is called Bike Hugger (after the site), which is sure to make bike lovers like me happy. Bike Hugger is bike culture blogged, and this is our magazine. Each month we cover diverse topics in longform with the bike centering us. We believe [...]
The new issue of Monocle (No. 65) comes out tomorrow, and it features the annual “Quality of Life” survey, topped this year by the city of Copenhagen. The Monocle website has been updated with plenty of video content about the issue, including a trailer for the issue itself, a report on Copenhagen that explains why [...]