Printed Pages is an arts and design magazine which focusses on depth and discovery, combining engaging and accessible content with top-notch design values.
Our Autumn issue features interviews with legendary graphic designer Seymour Chwast on his years of experience, and lesser-known Belgian illustrator Jan Van Der Veken, looking at the unstoppable rise of his career over the past decade. We tracked down a whole host of Brazilian creatives to find out what makes it such an exciting place for designers, musicians and advertisers alike and pinned down the elusive Katharina Grosse to talk about her unconventional painting practice. TASCHEN’s sexy books editor Dian Hanson bared all in an in-depth interview about her life in porno publishing, Brecht Vandenbroucke produced an original set of hilarious comics and we watched some seriously dubious films to find out what Hollywood makes of the creative industries. Artist Michael Crowe tries to punch Robin Thicke in the face in the name of being nice and photographer Giles Duley waxes lyrical on the subject of his alarm clock, an object he contends is the ugliest thing he loves.
Published in September 2013 / 72 pages / 200 × 275mm / £4 / Sold Out