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Posts Tagged ‘Jeremy Leslie’
Magaziner extraordinaire Bob “Newmanology” Newman is going through some tough times. As a way of helping, MagCulture‘s Jeremy and the Magtastic Andrew are teaming up to produce a special print-on-demand magazine project called “My Favorite Magazine.” All the details on how to participate in the project can be found here.
I mentioned it yesterday on Twitter after I saw Jeremy bring it up in his latest round-up post, and now here are more details on Monocle 24‘s The Stack, a new show that debuts today (and will continue to first air on Saturday mornings) that will surely be of interest to all magaziners. Monocle 24 [...]
Creative Review now has an iPad edition, and there are already a few issues available. I haven’t had a chance to sample an issue yet, but I sure am looking forward to finally reading Jeremy Leslie‘s magazine columns. The Creative Review app for iPad is a free download from the iTunes Store, with individual issues [...]
MagCulture’s Jeremy Leslie and Eye magazine’s Simon Esterson are launching a new event in March, a celebration of editorial design. Making Magazines 2012 will take place on March 16 at St Bride Foundation in London. The last few years have seen huge changes to how magazines are created and consumed. The result has been a [...]
A round-up of magazine-related news bits and bobs. Andrew Losowsky is addicted to 24-hour magazine-making projects, and here’s a new one that you can help support through Kickstarter. Graphicly releases a new digital content delivery platform for magazine/comic creators. Via @cormacaroni JNSQ, a new independent style magazine for iPad. A new strategy on selling your [...]
This article was posted on February 4, 2012 under the category Books, Comics, News, Print, Tools, and covers the following topics: Adobe, Adobe DPS, Andrew Losowsky, Collect, Graphicly, Jeremy Leslie, JNSQ, Kickstarter, Making, MONOCLE24, Video
The long-awaited fourth issue of Port on iPad was recently released, and considering that this is a Moore-Leslie joint, it’s surely one of the most anticipated releases for magaziners worldwide. I hope to review it on the site soon. Port No. 4 is a $3 download from the iTunes App Store — it remains an [...]
I really should have pointed this out last week, while they were creating it, but I think it’s still timely to mention The Good Times, a quickmade magazine produced by The Church of London over Twitter. Although production was done last week (it’s still fun to check out the editorial site), it is supposed to [...]
I’ve alluded a few times already to the upcoming Society of Publication Designers (SPD) Awards for next year (47th, covering works from 2011) — you’ll probably remember the really funny poster/flyer that was put together (also in this post), and I hope you’re all following the “Favorite Magazine” series that are posted daily, with industry [...]
This article was posted on December 12, 2011 under the category Events, News, Print, and covers the following topics: Awards, Competition, Jeremy Leslie, Luke Hayman, Richard Turley, Society of Publication Designers, SPD, SPD47
Just a reminder that if you’re in London, you should really make a point of stopping by the Church of London offices for the MagCulture pop-up store — I love the vinyls they put on the window/door to the entrance (pictured). Jeremy is there most of the time, so good chance to have a chat [...]
The flyer (or poster or thing) that Richard Turley created for the upcoming SPD47 Awards is pretty damn great. I love the energy and sense of humor they are putting into it this year (we have Turley, Jeremy Leslie, and Luke Hayman to thank for that), and I think it’s going to get a lot [...]