Because we’re a nice bunch of young twenty-somethings and we like nothing more than meeting people in person and sluicing back a few mid-week drinks we decided it might not be a bad idea to have a little bit of a party to celebrate the launch of the Winter issue of Printed Pages. So we had a word with our friends at the Goodhood store, put some beers on ice and piled the free magazines high for an evening of festive cheer.
All of this issue’s fantastic talent came down to wet the mag’s head alongside a bunch of old friends and collaborators, plus we made a whole heap of new friends in the process. So thank you all for being there, and for those of you who couldn’t make it we’ll be sure to get a few more of you down next time. Here’s to another great issue!
- Dante Zaballa's animation of Japan morphs through bullet trains and karaoke bars
- 2018 was the year Ezra Miller learned to take care of his brain
- Blok rethinks the design of cannabis after its legalisation in Canada
- Peer behind the curtains of Christmas cinema with It's a Wonderful Lifetime
- “I’m a believer in form”: Geoff McFetridge on his new book of introspective drawings
- A rundown of our Nicer Tuesdays highlights of 2018
- Alex Gamsu Jenkins’ comics remind us of how gross we really are
- DIA channels NYC and gives Squarespace its signature kinetic treatment in brand refresh
- Pantone's Colour of the Year 2019 has been announced and it's... Living Coral!
- The animated short giving Isle of Dogs a run for its money
- Caleb Halter's instinctual design practice produces considered and refined work
- Designer Berke Yazicioglu “makes images that have a capacity for sound”