And right before we say goodbye to 2013, we’d like to share some of our favourite covers that have been released during the cold season to welcome you to the coming new year. This time, we focus mainly on fantastic lifestyle issues to make sure you have amazing stories to share during this festive season.
A food and culture journal, Gourmand, has launched its winter issue featuring legendary designer Milton Glaser and his amazing story about New York’s culinary landscape. Based in London, this quarterly publication focuses mainly on foodies and their aesthetic pleasure and interests in food of all kinds. This latest issue also includes festive stories, surprising facts and a range of beautiful images by a number of photographers.
Yes, 2013 is a big year for cat lovers, you must have seen cats everywhere on various products and memes along with popular Youtube videos. Recently, graphic designer Jessica Lowe and photographer Gavin Green have just launched a bilingual (English/Japanese) magazine covering stories about this fluffy, loving pet. Printed annually, Cat People features a broad range of stories including interviews, commissioned work by cat-obsessed artists/designers and beautiful images, all bound in a 146-page publication. The very first batch of the magazines was sold out at the Tokyo Art Book Fair where it first appeared to the public. Also, a donation of £1 AUD will be made to Animal Refuge Kansai(ARK) on every purchase.
Paris, La : Special Art Issue
Paris La is celebrating its 10th issue by inviting both the French and the Americans to share transcontinental ideas about the city of Los Angeles, where is now home to this French-born magazine. Founded 5 years ago by editor Dorothée Perret, Paris La has been an open platform for contemporary artists, designers, photographers and writers to discuss and debate about contemporary arts in today’s culture. Paris La comes out twice a year, it also welcomes collaboration, so get in touch with them if you are interested in joining their discussion.
Wax is a bi-annual publication that explores the scenery of art culture and surfing in and around New York City. With their belief that beauty can be found anywhere, beaches, skyscrapers or even sidewalks, Wax is bound to share this rich history of New York surfing to people who is fascinated by this creative and cultural community. The current issue, Flux, features acclaimed surfer Wayne Lynch on the boredom of competition and many other celebrated figures and their insightful anecdotes.