Printed Pages is an arts and design magazine which focusses on depth and discovery, combining engaging and accessible content with top-notch design values.
For the summer issue we interviewed photographer Nadav Kander and artist Geoff McFetridge to find out what informs their creative approaches and we sought out lesser-known stories like the British Museum’s extraordinary braille guides for blind visitors. We asked three of the magazine industry’s top design talents to tell us about the titles which first inspired them, delved into the world of creative crowdfunding platform Kickstarter and tracked down the engineer who made the infamous Tate Modern crack a reality. We commissioned Ryan Hopkinson for a still-life series exploring the inter-sensory condition synaesthesia and asked Patternity to explain why recognising the patterns which underpin our lives is so important. Artist Kate MccGwire revealed why a filthy, industrial shed wall near her studio has been an ongoing inspiration for her work and Stuart Heritage harangued a biscuit he believes has unfairly claimed the word Nice.
Published in June 2013 / 72 pages / 200 × 275mm / £4 / Sold Out