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thisiscatalogue:

The wonderful Graphic magazine has a new issue out including 30 publishers from around the world. It features some really great studios.

thisiscatalogue:

The wonderful Graphic magazine has a new issue out including 30 publishers from around the world. It features some really great studios.

bojvlogski:

Bojvlogski S01E07 — Modern Ephemera

Oh gosh. This one almost didn’t make it (thanks mcpe 0.9.0 update coming along as I was editing). Still I’m back from Mesa (or wherever) with a heap of modern ephemera from my personal archive. There were loads that I had to cut out or leave behind so if you think this was a good idea leave a thumbs up and/or a comment or tweet (@bojkowski) and let me know. If it bored the pants off you … maybe don’t bother… wait, does that mean you watched it anyway!?

Anyhoo, here be some quality linkage…

— Even though I have left Flickr, the Modern Ephemera Society lives on here…
https://www.flickr.com/groups/themodernephemerasociety/

There are lots of Ephemera societies who hold regular faits and swap meets. The two I’ve mentioned here are…

— Ephemera Society of Australia Inc.
http://www.ephemerasociety.org.au/
— The Ephemera Society (U.K.)
http://www.ephemera-society.org.uk/

There’s also…
—  Ephemera Society of America
http://www.ephemerasociety.org/

— If you want see more of Scott King’s work go here…
http://www.scottking.co.uk/

— And this is something I found whilst researching Scott King and Crash! that’s rather good…
http://www.moremuseum.org/

Incidental musick for this episode…
'Not Great Men (Phones Extended Version Remix)' originally by Gang of Four, remixed by Phones
'Summer Cape Kid' by Yukari Fresh

bojvlogski:

A new #maghaul video is up featuring…

— Modern Design Review
http://moderndesignreview.com/
— Protein
https://www.prote.in/
— Mark
http://www.frameweb.com/magazines/mark
— Living
http://living.corriere.it/
— Man About Town
http://www.manabouttown.tv/
— i-D
http://i-d.vice.com/
— PIN—UP
http://pinupmagazine.org/
— Real Time
http://www.realtimearts.net/

(Source: youtube.com)

bojvlogski:

Bojvlogski S01E05 — Mag Haul How To

When I’m not recording stuff for this here vlog, you can find me doing magazine review videos over at Linefeed every couple of months (links below). So for this epi I’m going to show you how it’s done, proper like.

Steve from Stack’s weekly 2-minute magazine reviews…
https://vimeo.com/stackmagazines

Linefeed Magazine Haul vids on YouTube…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TInOCnLqo8E&list=PLXWDkXd_OhdjQkW3qbjNFVbOz0dL0LFXg&feature=share

And loads more magazine review videos over on Vimeo…
https://vimeo.com/album/258092

Questions? Comments? Suggestions?
Get in contact here via Tumblr (ask) or via @linefeed

Incidentials for this episode —
'¡JUT!' by Snap Ant
'Palm To Palm (Our Man Fred Remix)' by Ich Bin Chimp

bojvlogski:

My first ever magazine review video thingy from June 2009. 

(Source: youtube.com)

More amazing posters by  for Südpol.
via sudpol-plakate.blogspot.com

imgltd:

 ☯ Archangel Surfware « everything you need to chill in bed all day and surf the net » created by fine artist Cory Arcangel in collaboration with global merchandise giant, The Bravado Group, a division of Universal Music Group.

imgltd:

 ☯ Archangel Surfware « everything you need to chill in bed all day and surf the net » created by fine artist Cory Arcangel in collaboration with global merchandise giant, The Bravado Group, a division of Universal Music Group.

modernistestates:

New Barbican Estate Limited Edition PrintAndrewes House20 x 30 inchesEdition of 60£165 including VAT
You might not be able to afford to live here, but maybe you can afford a print of the Barbican on your wall? I will be releasing this new print later this summer (we’re busy making the screens and mixing the inks) as a screen-printed edition of 60. If you want to bagsy yours before it goes on general sale you can pre-order here.

modernistestates:

New Barbican Estate Limited Edition Print
Andrewes House
20 x 30 inches
Edition of 60
£165 including VAT

You might not be able to afford to live here, but maybe you can afford a print of the Barbican on your wall? I will be releasing this new print later this summer (we’re busy making the screens and mixing the inks) as a screen-printed edition of 60. If you want to bagsy yours before it goes on general sale you can pre-order here.

Linefeed Magazine Haul No.4

Magazine related news and reviews for May 2014. Slight format change. We now start with ‘Slow News’—retroactive news in the fashion of ‘Delayed Gratification’ magazine, then ‘Reviews and finish with ‘Housekeeping’. In this edition magazines reviewed include Neon, Printed Pages, V Man, Dazed, Artichoke, Bauhaus, Pop, Dwell and Magazine.

(Source: vimeo.com)

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.