Printed Pages Spring/Summer 2017
Issue 13 of Printed Pages launches as It’s Nice That celebrates its 10th anniversary. The magazine includes 240 pages of inspiring work and engaging articles featuring creatives from around the world. Providing an essential overview of the creative world today, Printed Pages is an optimistic record of the power of creativity in all its forms.
With each issue based around a single object, MacGuffin magazine is a platform for fans of inspiring, personal, unexpected, highly familiar or utterly disregarded things. Widely recognized as a fabously designed and immaculately researched design & crafts biannual, it is an indispensable resource for all those who want backstage information about the Life of Things.
Issue No 4 delves into the alluring lives of the sink, the object that speaks volumes about who we are and how we live. Featuring mesmerizing inox sinks, sinks for genever drinkers, pathologists and butchers, ‘kommunalka’ sinks, sitcom sinks, and bottomless sinkholes into which everything disappears.
Marfa Journal is a new printed publication inspired by Marfa, Texas and created by artists for artists. A capital of cultural disorder, Marfa, Texas is a small town of just over 2,000 people located in the middle of a desert not far from the Mexican border, and a place that has attracted the attention of the art world since the ‘60s. Launched in 2013, Marfa Journal is a platform that connects contemporary high end fashion and art.
PERDIZ is a magazine about people and the things that make them happy. A compilation of amazing stories from common people.
The new issue is full of incredible stories, photography, and characters: from a university professor who trains his own (live) flea circus, to our own personal Lord of the Rings (a British superfan of roundabouts); a photo editorial exploring the ins and outs of ecosexuality, and a two-part feature on immortality. Carlota Guerrero is the artist behind this issue’s front cover. PERDIZ 8 also features photographers like Murray Ballard, Ana Cuba, Anna Huix and Salva Lopez, illustrators like Pol Montserrat and Rosalier Stroesser, and writers like Toño Angulo and Carmen Pacheco.