Although they evolved over time, the first six issues of the It’s Nice That magazine combined snapshots of exciting creatives we had previously championed on the site with interviews and features which allowed us to dig a little deeper into some of the biggest talents working today.
The work section of Issue Three featured A2/SW/HK, Aakash Nihalani, Abi Huynh, Adam Voorhes, Alastair Levy, Anne De Vries, Cardon Webb, Charley Harper, Christopher Monro DeLorenzo, Damjan Stankovic, Daniel Eatock, Gregoire Alexandre, Himi Kozue, Isabella Rozendaal, Jasmine Raznahan, Jochen Gerner, John Paul Thurlow, Leslie David, Livia Marin, Lucy and Bart, Marcelo Gomes, Marten Lange, Susanne Ludwig, SpY, Taizo Yamamoto and William Hundley.
Richard Milward wrote about Nice, there were interviews with graphic design legend Milton Glaser, photographer Dan Tobin Smith, furniture design king Tom Dixon, illustrator Tom Gauld, filmmaker Keith Schofield, photographer Maisie Broadhead and fashion icon Paul Smith. Dan Germain shared some tips for inspiration, Keetra Dean Dixon celebrated the joys of letting you mind wander, Johan Lofgren shared his collection of board games, Ken Garland espoused the beauties of rust, Geoff Mcfetridge played graphics and poetry off against each other and Michael Marriott showed off his record collection.
Published in April 2010 / 128 pages / 210 × 276mm / £10 / Sold Out