A "weekly interview magazine" where answers are in the form of links
Dedicated to the new economy and unpaid creative work
You'll never look at your old design magazines quite the same way.
A new print periodical devoted to the ups and downs of modern fatherhood
For decades, this Latvian expat print mag has turned simplicity to its advantage.
Two designers collect nearly a decade's worth of magazine design.
We asked Zuzzana Gasior about the design blog's new print companion.
A new magazine from Milan looks at food through a designer's eye.
The former Vice editor's quarterly mag goes deeper than of-the-moment hip mixing smart punk writing, highbrow literature, groundbreaking photography, important poetry, and contemporary art.
Avoid apples when you're in the hamburger sea.
Profiles of makers, four times a year
A new bilingual publication about happy people and how to become one.
Like the perfect dinner guest, RJ Vanik does the vacuuming before he sits down to eat. Nothing Major presents an excerpt from Perdiz Magazine on an unusual collector.
The magazine gets a makeover with more features, a lower price, and the same great design.
New York photographer, editor, and visual artist
Another round of practical design reporting, this time linking the shipping container to globalization.
Lectures, DIY projects, and field trips for teenage students.
From the filmmaker's days as a magazine photographer
With guest editing from Chan Marshall
Need Supply's in-house magazine is no mere marketing excercise.
An independent magazine investigates photography as a tool for memory.
The venerable American weekly reveals a new logo.
The redesign of T, the New York Times Style Magazine, features a new serif display typeface.
New limited-edition publisher limits the format in order to further the design conversation.
The graphic designer/artist talks about finding his way from the land of Friday Night Lights to a career as a go-to designer with a knack for reviving the past, and how being perpetually earnest can be a bit depressing.
Legends of the Euro disco face off in a photo spread shot by Hedi Slimane.
A roundtable discussion on design trends and challenges in the mobile space