Canvas Magazine

Jessie Cheung Reader Find

By Jessie Cheung in New Products on Thursday 19 June 2008

Hot damn. Canvas Magazine makes the Brisbane design community look seriously sexy.

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Issuu: the future of publishing

Derrick Stembridge Reader Find

By Derrick Stembridge in Cool Websites on Friday 6 June 2008

Issuu is the place for online publications: magazines, catalogs, documents, and stuff you’d normally find on print.

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Good Magazine

Joy Andrada Reader Find

By Joy Andrada in New Trends on Thursday 5 June 2008

Good Magazine is all about ideas, connecting people and claiming back the media airwaves that have evaporated our creativity and momentum to see change made on our own terms.

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Snap! magazine

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Wednesday 4 June 2008

We love the look of new, free Montreal-based street magazine, SNAP!, an arts and lifestyle publication which focuses on all that exciting work that is conceived, created and marketed in Montreal by artists, creative minds and young entrepreneurs.

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Kiersten Essenpreis

Ilana Kohn Reader Find

By Ilana Kohn in New Art on Wednesday 21 May 2008

Kiersten Essenpreis composes the most beautifully surreal, intimate paintings, generally depicting twisted, metaphorical childhood themes.

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Arkitip No. 45: Evan Hecox

Derrick Stembridge Reader Find

By Derrick Stembridge in New Design on Tuesday 20 May 2008

LA’s premier art and design magzine, Arkitip, has gone all out with the ‘free’ giveaway for issue no. 0045 and has included a 9″ x 12″ Evan Hecox 2-color silk screen print signed by the artist!

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Vice magazine’s Fashion issue

Carolyn Dempsey Reader Find

By Carolyn Dempsey in New Fashion on Thursday 8 May 2008

It’s Christmas time for the fashionist youth circuit as Vice releases it’s annual Fashion issue. I’d say the best thing about this magazine is that it’s free, but that would be a lie because the lack of monetary exchange is only one part of the tapestry of awesome you’ll find, in full, online.

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Clutter Magazine

Ruban Rat Reader Find

By Ruban Rat in New Products on Wednesday 30 April 2008

It’s a fact, people who don’t like clutter don’t collect plush and vinyl toys. The myriad of sizes, shapes, colours and textures in any collector’s display would put any minimal loving layman into a tizzy.

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George Lois’ genius Esquire covers

Yuko Shimizu Reader Find

By Yuko Shimizu in New Design on Saturday 22 March 2008

George Lois is the god of good ideas, or at least one of them. When I am stuck on ideas, I pray to George the God, or look through his works in hope of doing something one hundredth as good as his work.

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Esopus Magazine

Tracey Samuelson Reader Find

By Tracey Samuelson in New Products on Thursday 13 March 2008

Esopus only hits newsstands twice a year, but take a peek inside and you’ll understand why.

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Torpedo Issue 2

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Tuesday 4 March 2008

Our favourite fiction quarterly — the Australian produced Torpedo — is soon to release its second issue, which is jam packed with well-written, independent fiction.

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The Magazineer

Andy Reader Find

By Andy in Cool Websites on Thursday 10 January 2008

The Magazineer is ‘a blog about magazine design and print culture, written by people who love, and make, magazines’.

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Rack Magazine

Andy Reader Find

By Andy in New Products on Thursday 27 September 2007

Rack is a quarterly bilingual magazine, published in English and Chinese, and geared towards Asian influenced global youth culture.

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Wallpaper* city guides

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Wednesday 22 August 2007

As someone who thinks more about traveling than actually gets to do it [damn, it should really be the other way around], it was good to come across the latest batch of Wallpaper* city guides the other day. Living vicariously through the pages of the Berlin edition at least made my next choice of holiday destination that much easier.

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