magazines

true crime

'Crime Monthly' Magazine Reveals Our Crime Porn Obsession for What It Is

We read the new glossy murder mag.
Hannah Ewens
3.8.19
London

Remembering Wardour News, Another Lost Cultural Institution

The Soho boutique has been everything a newsagents could be.
Hannah Ewens
5.24.18
feminism

How to Be a Woman, According to 1960s Women's Magazines

First step: Douche.
Caroline Thompson
5.1.18
NME

The 'NME' Wasn't a Monolith

It had a reputation for endless Gallagher covers and creating "landfill indie". But that's only half the story, as former NME rebels remember how they snuck Aaliyah, So Solid Crew and the Cheeky Girls into the magazine.
Sam Wolfson
3.8.18
publishing

How One Magazine Transformed Subculture Forever

We spoke to Paul Gorman about 'The Face', the peerless youth culture magazine that made London cool again.
Hydall Codeen
1.9.18
Features

I Went Magazine Shopping With Honey Dijon

"It can’t all just be: let’s do some pills and get some gak and go to a party and try and shag girls."
Sirin Kale
7.18.17
Ink Spots

'Interloper' Is a Magazine About The Lies the Media Tells

A magazine which is in itself a lie.
Amelia Abraham
5.25.17
Ink Spots

'So Young': The Magazine Picking Up Where the NME Left Off

As one dinosaur crumbles, a small newcomer takes the reins of documenting Britain’s guitar music scene.
Ryan Bassil
4.4.17
Art

A Paper-Made Motorcycle Is Revving Printed Media's Exhausted Engines

Sourcing images from magazines and almanacs, Chris Jones compiles hundreds of images to recreate quotidian objects entirely out of printed paper.
Andrew Nunes
11.28.16
Fashion

An Artist Re-Edited Cosmo with the Entire Text of 'Mein Kampf'

Hitler’s manifesto and women's fashion magazines have quite a bit in common, at least according to Alvaro Carmona.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
11.21.16
Ink Spots

Buffalo Zine Makes Fancy Print Mags Funny Again

it's a magazine that goes through a complete redesign for every issue, and puts the humour back into the world of fashion publications.
Amelia Abraham
11.13.16
Art

An A.I. Curated a Magazine Using Image Recognition Technology

The A.I. known as EyeEm Vision reveals “the best, the hidden, the unseen” in the EyeEm photographic community.
DJ Pangburn
11.5.16
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