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fedrigoni:

Fedrigoni presents PULP
(read it in italian here)
Pulp is a new quarterly international magazine about people and news in the world of paper. Conceived in Italy by Fedrigoni, Pulp was then developed by the London team of Eye Magazine, under the editorship of John Walters and art director Simon Esterson. Printing techniques, fonts, layouts, graphic and editorial projects, illustrations, photographs, archives, swapping ideas with the people who get all this on the move and all the paper they use for their projects: these are the topics that Pulp will cover. An impressive contents page for the presentation issue that opens with a focus on the digital printing world, through dialogue with a number of Anglo-Saxon printers - Screaming Colors, Moo and Ripe Digital - to understand how new technology is affecting their business, possible developments, the importance of the choice of paper and a selection particularly important examples. The magazine continues with an interview with Rino Maccaccaro, curator of the Historic Archive at Fedrigoni, where he began working in 1954, not to mention an exploration of the world of illustrations by Beppe Giacobbe and the work of Italo Lupi through his Graphic Autobiography. The first issue of Pulp - a special edition for Fuorisalone - will be presented in Milan on Friday 11 April 2014 at 18.00 in the Fabriano Boutique, with an introduction by Simon Esterson, who will explain the genesis of the editorial project, and special guests Beppe Giacobbe and Italo Lupi.

fedrigoni:

Fedrigoni presents PULP

(read it in italian here)

Pulp is a new quarterly international magazine about people and news in the world of paper. Conceived in Italy by Fedrigoni, Pulp was then developed by the London team of Eye Magazine, under the editorship of John Walters and art director Simon Esterson.

Printing techniques, fonts, layouts, graphic and editorial projects, illustrations, photographs, archives, swapping ideas with the people who get all this on the move and all the paper they use for their projects: these are the topics that Pulp will cover.

An impressive contents page for the presentation issue that opens with a focus on the digital printing world, through dialogue with a number of Anglo-Saxon printers - Screaming Colors, Moo and Ripe Digital - to understand how new technology is affecting their business, possible developments, the importance of the choice of paper and a selection particularly important examples. The magazine continues with an interview with Rino Maccaccaro, curator of the Historic Archive at Fedrigoni, where he began working in 1954, not to mention an exploration of the world of illustrations by Beppe Giacobbe and the work of Italo Lupi through his Graphic Autobiography.

The first issue of Pulp - a special edition for Fuorisalone - will be presented in Milan on Friday 11 April 2014 at 18.00 in the Fabriano Boutique, with an introduction by Simon Esterson, who will explain the genesis of the editorial project, and special guests Beppe Giacobbe and Italo Lupi.

businessweek:

Font fight! Inside the design world’s $20 million divorce.

businessweek:

Font fight! Inside the design world’s $20 million divorce.

Honourable Mention→

workoutofwork:

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So we got a runner up in the New Magazine category. Losing out to Works that Work (rightly so) there were some lovely things said about us including –

"It’s Nice That re-engineered their existing title with a new format, new team, new cover price and spanky new name to become instantly 110%…

Our latest video is up! Magazine related niews, reviews and views for march 2014. This edition includes Fuet [fuetmagazine.com], Acid [acidsurfing.com], New Philosopher [newphilosopher.com], Harper’s Bazaar Australia [harpersbazaar.com.au], Pin—Up [pinupmagazine.org], Colors [colorsmagazine.com] and Foam [foam.org/magazine] with links and deets in the video but news on recent events.

Linefeed — a brief history

I started writing about stuff online just shy of 20 years ago now so I’d thought I’d throw myself down the rabbit hole to bring the history of this here blogsite (or whatever you want to call it) bang up-to-date. Here goes nuthin’…

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Leaving my job to do something I love→

danrowden:

Four weeks ago I resigned from my current job, working as a User Experience Designer at a science and technology university in Saudi Arabia.

I created the folder which would be the home for Magpile on my computer on February 1st, 2012 (about 8 months after moving to Saudi Arabia for the…

whybray:

old people talking about old things

offscreenmag:

Steven from the awesome Stack Magazines has done a great little video review of issue No7.

205corp:

Plaak 22/32/42 in use.
Plaak is  is inspired by the characters present on the plates of French streets. The family is composed by more than twenty cuts faithful to the diversity of the characters observed: very narrow, large and extra-large characters, three weights, original glyphs. Cuts which knew to keep specificities of each character.
Plaak is a new 205 font soon available on www.editions205.fr

Two-Minute Magazines #9: The Pitchfork Review

(Source: vimeo.com)