Every month, only 15,000 lucky people living in Munich get hold of a print version of Super Paper, a city newspaper that updates its readers with trends and aspects of lives. Despite a limited circulation, Super Paper introduces its readership with quality content, offering not only styled photographs but also seemly design that distinguishes itself from other free publications.
Super Paper is designed by Bureau Mirko Borsche, a graphic agency in Munich who specialises in content-driven approaches to all design problems. The latest issue, #52, introduces its readers to a stream of photographs by Gunnar Lillehammer, a photographer who makes everyday lives and objects become nothing but extraordinary.
And don’t worry if you are not in Munich, the e-version of the paper is also available on their website, click here to check out its most recent issue.