Collect Magazine – Issue 11

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Know your village

New York’s Wall Street is notorious as the scene of the 9/11 attacks, the birthplace of the Occupy movement and the address of Gordon Gecko, but more and more people are choosing to live there.

Threads – Photo essay

Japan has mastered the bike like no other nation. Used in all weather and for all purposes, Osaka’s bikes carry everyone – from the glamorous to the gaudy – as they get to where they’re going.

How we’d do it

COLLECT likes nothing better than a nice drink in a nice place, so we made bars our business and designed the best watering hole this side of The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

Essay

Money has a rubbish reputation but COLLECT publisher Joshua Fanning writes that it is sometimes the best kind of democracy and a driver of positive social change.

Before binary

While vinyl stickers and digital decals are all the rage in signage a few Adelaide craftsmen still carry the torch for traditional signwriting. Our streets are all the better for it.

Mmm Food

A reinvigorated and design-savvy food magazine industry is making a strong comeback while other printed media

Know your village

New York’s Wall Street is notorious as the scene of the 9/11 attacks, the birthplace of the Occupy movement and the address of Gordon Gecko, but more and more people are choosing to live there.

Threads – Photo essay

Japan has mastered the bike like no other nation. Used in all weather and for all purposes, Osaka’s bikes carry everyone – from the glamorous to the gaudy – as they get to where they’re going.

How we’d do it

COLLECT likes nothing better than a nice drink in a nice place, so we made bars our business and designed the best watering hole this side of The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

Essay

Money has a rubbish reputation but COLLECT publisher Joshua Fanning writes that it is sometimes the best kind of democracy and a driver of positive social change.

Before binary

While vinyl stickers and digital decals are all the rage in signage a few Adelaide craftsmen still carry the torch for traditional signwriting. Our streets are all the better for it.

Mmm Food

A reinvigorated and design-savvy food magazine industry is making a strong comeback while other printed media

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