Looking for something for your young one to do on your iPad? Timbuktu Magazine could be a great option. It’s a really great first try at taking young fiction for the 5-10 year olds out there and making it interactive. Personally, I think it’s better than a book, but my wife would strongly disagree. Timbuktu […]
360 degrees is a relatively young design magazine focusing on Chinese Design. I’m sorry to say that I have not yet read this yet, but I hope to pick up a copy soon.
“Design Indaba’s primary aim is to advance the cause of design as a communication fundamental, a business imperative and a powerful tool in industry and commerce. In all design disciplines, new and unusual directions are always greeted with excitement and great interest. Through the International Design Indaba conference, now being hosted annually, the Design Indaba […]
Pol Oxygen is a quarterly design, art, and architecture magazine. If there wasn’t enough already… Still, I can’t get enough of this stuff, and this is a really competent magazine, so I put it on the list.
“Beautiful/Decay’s format is revolutionary in that it documents the convergence of fine art, design, fashion, graffiti and other relevant forms of art; exposing the magazine’s diverse readership to mediums that are not juxtaposed in any other publication. Over the last decade Beautiful/Decay has not only remained an independent publication, but has garnered a reputation for […]
” SWINDLE is the definitive popular culture and lifestyle magazine for men and woman. SWINDLE reports on culture from around the world—but also influences it. SWINDLE was created to fill a void. It is a magazine made to be read from cover to cover, over and over—a cultural almanac that can stand the test of […]
“Curve is a premier publication dedicated to promoting product design and product development. It is the perfect way for us to reach a significant segment of our target audience. We consistently advertise in Curve to build the Intercad and SolidWorks brand and promote our range of unique products and services.”
Portugal’s premier interior design magazine. I find it to be pretty darn cool. I never knew there was such a design culture in places like Porto and Lisbon.
Juxtapoz is one of my three top favorite art magazines. The artists featured are always talented and always out of the NYC Chelsea talent pool which means that it’s fun, quirky, even serious…but without being too lofty. Also, this is where I go (along with the websites: fecal face and wooster collective) when I want […]
“Founded in 2001, ROJO® is a community project, an organization dedicated to the promotion and support of the arts based in Barcelona (Spain) and Sao Paulo (Brazil). ROJO® serves the arts community by creating a cultural network, developing and coordinating collaborative projects, hosting events and publishing an internationally distributed textless art magazine. ROJO® also serves […]