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ALTERNATIVES IN PRINT: BUFFALO ZINE

In the spirit of Buffalo Zine, let’s hijack a quote by magCulture that describes it perfectly: ‘Thank god for Buffalo Zine, a magazine hanging around at the back of the classroom, chewing gum and planning another night on the laughing gas.’ A fashion magazine of sorts that, refresehingly, doesn’t take itself all too seriously, which [...]

MONO.KLUB #51: FATIMA AL QADIRI / LONDON

Dear Friends,
last week’s launch of our new issue mono.kultur #43, featuring Kuwaiti producer and artist Fatima Al Qadiri, was so nice that we have to do it all again, this time in London. We will bring her series Bored 1997 to the walls of impossibly hip gallery space KK Outlet on Hoxton Square for two [...]

THUMBS UP

Thank you magCulture for the higely enjoyable and inspiring day that was The Modern Magazine 2016 last week in London. Read some more about it over at magCulture or a review on the blog of WeTransfer. Or keep it with David Shrigley: thumbs up!

THE MODERN MAGAZINE 2016

We’re thrilled to be speaking about our humble adventure in publishing at this week’s conference The Modern Magazine, organised by our friends at magCulture, among a fine line-up of esteemed editors and designers at titles large and small, including The New York Times Magazine, Zeit Magazin or The Gentlewoman, among others. If you didn’t manage [...]

TATE & SWITCH

Tomorrow will see the public opening of the new annex to the ever-growing Tate Modern, named Switch House, extending the already vast space of the Tate by another 60%. Of course it looks splendid, built as it is by the Tate’s longterm collaborators Herzog & de Meuron, and for those of us who can’t go [...]

MONO.KULTUR #40: EDMUND DE WAAL

Dear Friends,
we’re not quite sure what happened with that last year, and if anybody has seen it, please let us know. In the meantime, we are proud to return from our involuntary hiatus with a splendid new issue – mono.kultur #40, no less – with the wonderful British ceramicist, artist and writer Edmund de Waal.
Edmund [...]

STORE OF THE MONTH: MAGCULTURE / LONDON

For someone as passionate about magazines as Jeremy Leslie of magCulture, our favourite blog on printed matter, we guess it was only a question of when rather than if he would ever open the doors to his very own magazine store. The answer is now, as magCulture the store opened its doors last week to [...]

HOME AS A GIANT NOTEBOOK

Did you know that Florence Welch is influenced a lot by legendary painter Frida Kahlo and even has a section dedicated to the artist?

FJURA AT THE GARDEN EDIT

Recently transplanted to London from their native Sydney, Fjura has taken residency at The Garden Edit and are providing their unique style of floral gestures for delivery within London.

IF IN LONDON…

This week’s recommendations are two events taking place in South London, both highlighting the work and music of producer Terre Thaemlitz aka DJ Sprinkles. Café OTO presents an evening of talk, video and audio with Thaemlitz, starting with a multi-media reading of “Naisho Wave Manifesto” (“Secrecy Wave Manifesto”), which Thaemlitz produced for the first issue [...]