9 October 2014
We asked the almighty talented “go to designer about anything you ever wanted to know about magazines”, the designer behind our Writers in Residence set of books, Jeremy Leslie, to tell us more about his thinking behind the ambition to design a set of books that live somewhere between a book and a magazine. For the first time in our very short life span we thought you’d want to hear from someone other than us. Over to Jeremy:
19 September 2014
From the word go, we’ve been super excited about our Writers in Residence set straddling a third place between book and magazine. These titles they’re big, they’re photographically heavy, they’re full of non-fiction long form writing, they’re timely in subject and they’re all about making us think about the world we live in. So where better than the sticky roof tops of Soho’s Wardour Street News to holler that excitement from?
12 September 2014
We’re THIS close to sending out and showing off in mass-scale the brilliantly playful and thought provoking third title in our Writers in Residence set: Douglas Coupland’s Kitten Clone. With poptastic photography by Olivia Arthur, Kitten Clone looks inside Alcatel-Lucent.
10 July 2014
Ah air for breathing and eyes for looking. Yes. And damn how we all get so caught up in the everyday. So we’ve been coming back up for air and doing some more looking, and we like what we see. There’s some exciting work from some of the amazing people we work with and we felt the need to spread the love. Here goes: