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The folks behind It's Nice That have just re-launched their print arm under the apt title of Printed Pages. The first issue, which is out officially today, boasts eight features including a conversation with Hanly Banks about her Bill Callahan documentary Apocalypse, a rare glimpse inside the home of Apartamento founder Omar Sosa, and a discussion with Chris Ware about visual storytelling. The new magazine comes with a very accessible newstand price of only £4. 

Head to the Printed Pages site to find a distributor near you, or pick one up from Company of Parrots