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Posts Tagged ‘Magazines’

STACK Magazine Subscription Service: an interview with founder Steve Watson

We put the spotlight on Stack Magazines, an innovative subscription service that delivers a different independent magazine each month. If only it had existed when Amelia's Magazine was in print!

Written by Jessica Cook

Stack Magazines by Jo Cheung
Stack Magazines by Jo Cheung

There is something about print magazines; the aroma of them, sometimes thick and woody, sometimes fresh and glossy. There is something undeniably comforting about holding a magazine in your hands, the texture: solid and reassuring beneath your fingers. A magazine is something real and tangible that your eyes and tips can really get to grips with. There's no feeling in world like getting your mitts on a virgin mag, previously unopened, your eye-balls the first to drink in the words and pictures of that copy. Even the ink-dust that sticks to your fingers on some mags; that's something that I love, to have words physically rub off on my fingers. What could be better than that?

Little White Lies

For all these reasons, subscribing to Stack, a magazine subscription service which sends out a different independent magazine to its… read more

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R. D. Franks – R.I.P?

Is it really the end of London's famous fashion bookstore?

Written by Matt Bramford

Our Broken Garden Golden Sea Ashley Dean, thumb as depicted by Russty Brazil. I recently reviewed the superb second album from Our Broken Garden, page so when Ashley Dean got […]

Swatch True Colours – A look at the entries

To celebrate the release of their 'New Gent' collection, Swatch have teamed up with a bunch of fashion magazines to see who can style their products the best…

Written by Matt Bramford

Illustration by Gareth A Hopkins Well things haven’t changed for me much over the last twenty years. I yearned for a Swatch watch when I was a boy, mind decease […]