Printed Pages Issue 8 is out now. Inside we discuss art, fame and Desert Island Discs with Jeremy Deller, explore Kenzo’s dynamic culture of creative collaboration and go treasure hunting with filmmaker Tomas Leach. Raymond Briggs reflects on growing old and what home means to him, Studio Swine discuss their innovative way of looking at the world and we pick out some of the highlights from counterculture bible The Whole Earth Catalog. We celebrate graphic brilliance from ten years’ worth of Kemistry Gallery posters on the occasion of their final Charlotte Road show, chat to ill Studio about how a skate magazine grew into one of the most exciting creative practices around and dive into Cark Kleiner’s personal photo archive of over six years’ worth of analog photography. Elsewhere there’s big hair, brutalist architecture and and a rifle through illustrator Molly Crabapple’s personal possessions; Kyle Platts putting down nice guys and a short story dealing with a carefully calculated plan of revenge.
Printed Pages Magazine is a publication from the people at the well-known It’s Nice That (London). Printed Pages is an arts and design magazine which focusses on depth and discovery, combining engaging and accessible content with top-notch design values. The Printed Pages Magazine was launched in 2013 and is published quarterly and mixes fantastic creative pedigree with economical pagination to present a fun, focused read.