Nice and Tidy

    Austin Radcliffe’s shipshape new book Things Organized Neatly brings together the work of 13 artists including our favourite stacker along with their collections. It's a thing of beauty showing that gathering en masse nets results. Catch a glimpse of what's in store via Hyperallergic's intriguing article. Image: Sarah Illenberger, “Mini Melancholy.” From the Tutti Frutti series (image courtesy Rizzoli).
    #archivefever #publish . 30.01.18

    Ten out of Ten

    Break out the bubbly for two magazines celebrating ten. Based in The Hague, Works that Work ends on a high with their tenth and final issue. Over the past five years they highlighted design that brings lasting positive changes through insightful, and sometimes unexpected, features. We're super excited that Apartmento is celebrating ten years with their 20th. We're massive fans. Here's to another ten years.
    #publish . 16.01.18

    Sometimes Am

    Nanna Prieler’s irresistible illustrations recently caught our eye on It's Nice That, where we were completely absorbed in the accompanying article spilling the beans on Nanna's intriguing process. Image courtesy of Nanna Prieler, I am some time a.m, analog print on paper, 2017.
    #publish . 03.01.18

    A Tad Naughty

    Our third pick takes us back to Helmut Newton's exhibition at Amsterdam's Foam gallery last year. The tome SUMO has been specially released in a new format. XL looks good to us.
    #publish . 21.12.17

    Grey Matter

    No. 2 on our wish list: we're really digging everything that The School of Life are producing lately, particularly with their Sydney outpost just around the corner. We'd take anything from the shop and to keep our grey matter in perfect tune, take a class or two.
    #publish . 21.12.17

    Bold Britannia

    British Vogue has ushered in a groundbreaking changing of the guard with the appointment of its first male editor. Born from Ghana and raised in London, Edward Enninful promises a bold and diverse new direction if his first editor's letter is any indication: “I was determined that my first issue of Vogue would be a real celebration of Britain. But what should such a celebration look like in 2017? … The time seemed right to redefine what Vogue can mean today. To open it up.” Fashion buffs will delight in The Atlantic's article summing up while hinting at cool content and find a ...
    #publish . 13.11.17

    Get Giffed

    Calling all gif-makers! The deadline for annual international gif-making competition organised by EuropeanaDigital Public Library of AmericaDigitalNZ or Trove is fast approaching. Creatives, history nuts, animators and all other gif afficionados are invited to mine the archives of the organisers to produce inventive animations with a historical bent. We've posted a few of our favourites here, and highly recommend a visit to the online gallery. From top: Phillippe Carter, Mars Attaque Two, source material via Europeana;  Morgane Perrie, Ball Game! Source material via Europeana;
    #archivefever #publish . 27.10.17

    Art Groupie

    Yayoi Kusama is showing no sign of slowing with two new feathers to her bow. The first is her very own museum that has just opened in Tokyo. The second is an endearing children's book by Sarah Suzuki with illustrations by Ellen Weinstein. Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity charts Yayoi's life and artistic career from Japan to New York City. Get in the picture on It's Nice That.
    #publish . 06.10.17

    Social Media?

    You could describe Oracle: Artists' Calling Cards as a sort of analogue social media. Published in book form it features 123 artist cards from the 18th century to the present day, effectively surveying the use of the cards with reference to related historical and fictional narratives. Head to Edition Patrick Frey for full details on this fascinating graphic history.
    #publish . 21.09.17

    On The Street


    With just six issues under its belt, Flaneur has garnered significant praise across the globe with its take on independent magazine publishing while carving its own path in the process. Each issue takes one street in one city as its focus, delving deep into its unique layers, fragmented nature and complexity. They take their research and editorial authenticity seriously with the small team moving to each new city for a couple of months to produce content. With São Paulo high on our visit list we're keen to see what they make of it in the next issue.

    #publish . 19.09.17

    Meeting Point

    New title Fare has hit the streets with its first issue focusing on Istanbul. The idea behind the magazine is to investigate a city based on its culture via food, history and community and what better way to start than with a vibrant city straddling two continents where civilizations meet and merge. Dip in with an online excerpt from the first issue titled The Outsiders, or better still take a tactile approach and grab a copy. Images: Fare.
    #publish . 01.08.17

    Beyond Beauty

    John Vaughan Thompson's Imperfectly Known Animals is the reference point for Mandy Barker's exquisite book Beyond Drifting. Where John studying living plankton in Cork Harbour, Mandy has placed focus on marine plastic debris in the very same place some 200 years later. These strikingly beautiful images pack a punch and serve as a stark reminder of our influence on nature. Swim across to Creative Review for more on unnatural history.
    #publish . 12.07.17