Openhouse Magazine

Founded by Andrew Trotter and Mari Luz Vidal, Openhouse is a biannual magazine dedicated to creative people around the world that open their homes or private spaces to the public to organise different events and activities related to gastronomy, art and design. We chatted with Andrew about the beginnings of the magazine, opening his house to other people and how … Read More

Newspaper Club, Print’s Not Dead

Since 2009, Glasgow-based printing company Newspaper Club has been helping people self-publish their work on newsprint. Inspired by newspapers’ history and tradition, the team behind Newspaper Club decided to open the industry up for non-traditional publishers in order to see how this medium adapts to the 21st century. Working with all types of clients – from students and photographers to … Read More

A Book from Lind Guides

A few months ago we talked about A Book from Lind and its first guide Small Wonders of Rome. The Danish publishing house founded by Jakob Vestergaard and Tine Lind has just expanded its collection with new titles covering Berlin, Istanbul and Paris. Printed on high-quality FSC certified paper, the guides are presented folded on pocket-size and when unfolded they … Read More

Minimalissimo Magazine

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the first issue of Minimalissmo Magazine is out. Minimalissmo started in 2009 as an online publication championing the best of minimalism, touching on many areas including art, architecture, fashion, graphic, packaging and industrial design. The driving force behind the website and the magazine is Edinburgh-based designer and editor Carl MH Barenbrug. As we read in … Read More

LAW Magazine

LAW (Lives and Works) is an independent bi-annual magazine based in London. LAW is concerned with documenting the overlooked and portraying the beautiful everyday, giving people a sense of belonging and recognition. We visited LAW studios in Hackney and photographed Editor-in-Chief John Joseph Holt and Creative Director Joseph Prince in their working space. Photographs by Jack Johnstone. www.law-mag.com