The pre-orders have closed kids which can mean only one thing, Printed Pages SS15 has launched OFFICIALLY! Please, no more rapturous applause, we’ve got a lot to tell you about the contents of this new issue and so little time to do it. So without further ado…
We kick off the first issue of 2015 with illustrator Jordy van den Nieuwendijk ruminating on how he might be a better person and drawing his dear old nan a picture, then we segue seamlessly into an interview with Gail Bichler, design director of The New York Times Magazine where she tells us the story of her rise to publishing superstardom. After that we dip into the incredible history of rock’n’roll tour photography as told by some of the best photographers who’ve taken to the road with their favourite bands.
We’ve got an archive of fruit wrappers from NB Studio’s Tom Moloney and then a big old chat with Charles Burns about California’s punk scene in the 70s and drawing his mid-life crisis. Music video directors Encyclopedia Pictura discuss some of their best work, we show off even more nudie sun bathers and then we’re out in Cape Town stalking Dan Wieden around a conference to see how the great man lives.
There’s a short parody of some of our least favourite private views and an exclusive look at the sketchbooks of design legend Alan Fletcher. We head to Montreal to take a look at one of Canada’s favourite cities from the perspective of its creative community.
There’s more in there too; like an in-depth interview with photographer Viviane Sassen on the occasion of her recent show at London’s ICA, an essay on the evolution of life drawing, some thoughts on why going behind the scenes of the creative process can be a bit tedious and some of the best design studio names around. Then David OReilly finishes things off by taking a swing at design magazines.
That’s pretty much yer lot. And this is what it looks like…
- Andrés Rosa approaches design by rejecting logic and embracing Dadaist thinking
- Oscar Hudson reveals (some) of the secrets behind his video for Loyle Carner
- Food, fashion and...fun?! Buffalo Zine’s latest issue: Fashion's Kitchen has arrived
- Conversations with Filmmakers sheds light on the prolific Jonas Mekas
- Dropbox takes on the complicated nature of teamwork in its new sci-fi infused campaign
- “Staying vocal is essential”: Janet Delaney's empowering photographs of 1980s marches
- Good Type’s new fonts continue to rivet the typographic community
- Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records documents the origins of Jamaican and British youth culture
- The internet responds to Banksy’s self-destructive act of art
- Welcome to World Mental Health Day 2018 on It's Nice That
- A painting of "The Republican Club" is now hanging in the White House
- Area of Work's CGI objects will make you do a double take