Featuring George Lois as our cover star, interviews with Lawrence Weiner and Asger Carlsen, essays by BAFTA-award-winning animator Mikey Please and publisher David Bennewith, and a Keith Haring profile by writer Lucia Davies (as well as a whole load of other features, interviews and articles), we’re extremely excited to launch It’s Nice That #6, our biggest issue yet. Also, it’s pink…
The magazine is available now from our online shop for £10, as well as in a number of stockists worldwide. And there is still time to subscribe to It’s Nice That, which entitles you to an exclusive Andy Rementer artwork, free of charge!
Interviews (50 Pages)
Issue #6 features a number of exciting interviews kicking off with the legend that is George Lois; the father of conceptual art Lawrence Weiner; Danish photographic manipulator Asger Carlsen; and east London-based gallerist Kate MacGarry. We also played humble witness to a conversation between designer Martino Gamper and artist Francis Upritchard.
Features (52 Pages)
BAFTA-award-wining animator and writer Mikey Please reveals his love of imperfection; Pennsylvania-based photographer and publisher Nicholas Gottlund shows us his studio and the process behind his publishing house, Gottlund Verlag; internationally-acclaimed illustrator Marion Deuchars gives us an insight into her favourite five books (which are expertly photographed by Qiu Yang); writer Lucia Davies profiles artist Keith Haring, and reveals the importance of his now-legendary Pop Shop; curator and writer Virginia Whiles celebrates the artist Shelagh Cluett, her work and her collection of international artefacts; publisher, designer and writer David Bennewith writes about New Zealand modernism, focussing on Joseph Churchward’s typeface Design; photographer Carl Kleiner gets the freedom of ten pages to present his brightly coloured exploration of the golden ratio; and finally, musician Chaz Bundick (aka Toro Y Moi) welcomes us into his family home.
Work (31 Pages)
The work section features Xavier Antin; Assemble; Romulo Celdran; Dallas Clayton; Quentin Dupieux; Encyclopedia Pictura; William Goldsmith; Anna-Wili Highfield; Ill Studio; Tom Phillips; Eske Rex; Brian Nuda Rosch; Travess Smalley; Stephan Tillmans; Studio Weave; Paul Wackers; Ann Woo; and Federico Yankelevich.
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We’re excited to bring our readers more content than ever before, in 140 pages of advertising-free content. Designed by It’s Nice That in collaboration with Joseph Burrin. Printed by Push. There is a Flickr set documenting the entire process of the magazine available to see here, www.flickr.com/itsnicethat
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- Steven Bliss' distant yet familiar series, Boys
- Friday Mixtape: Shopping pick a mix of bands to be excited to be about
- Illustrator Cécile Dormeau on body diversity and defying convention
- The Guardian unveils redesign across print and online
- Aron Klein's captivating images of the Bulgarian demon chasers
- The rebrand for Russia’s tourist board uses Suprematist geometry laid out as a map
- Compare your selfies to fine art through the Google Arts and Culture app’s newest feature
- Coca-Cola reveals custom typeface, TCCC Unity, inspired by its modernist heritage
- Graphic designer Bryan Rivera references mistakes and imperfections in his portfolio