Saturday, 21 August 2010
New to Material is the beautiful Architecture magazine Mark. Bought to you by the lovely people at Frame, Mark magazine sees itself as a platform for the practice and perception of architecture at the dawn of the third millennium.
Since its launch in 2005, Mark has had a radically international perspective, shining its spotlight on starchitects and new talent alike. Mark explores the boundaries of architecture and anticipates what’s hotting up around the next corner – free of academicism and architectural jargon. A number of regular features highlight each issue of Mark:
* Pinned to the ‘Notice Board’ are eye-grabbing images and memos sighted on architects’ drawing boards worldwide.
* Cutting-edge articles in ‘Cross Section’ whisk readers to the boundaries of architecture and beyond.
* The ideas of both young architects and more experienced mavericks appear in ‘Viewpoint’.
* ‘Long Section’ offers page after page of articles on new buildings, letters reflecting the state of affairs in urban design, and reports on fascinating phenomena from skate parks and space architecture to mobile and treetop living.
* Concluding the magazine is ‘Service Area‘, a section filled with interviews about literature, product development and building technology.
The magazine is £14 and available in both our Ludlow and London stores.
Friday, 20 August 2010
The long awaited September issue of Monocle has just landed on our doorstep so come and snap it up as the last issue sold old pretty sharpish.
For the September issue (no. 36 for those of you who are keeping count), Britain has been given a Monocle makeover. With the help of leading thinkers, brand experts and academics, they take a look at how the sceptred isle has lost its lustre and what Britain needs to do to become 'great' again. You will also be taken for a trip through America's right-wing, guntoting heartland along the course of the Rio Grande, and get a glimpse at the uneasy relationship between traditional news outlets and social media.
From concrete packaging design to social media in the news, this one isn't to be missed. Click here to buy online.
Thursday, 19 August 2010
We have just received delivery of the second issue of a new publication called Eight:48- a new paper for the creative community. In a four colour printed tabloid format, each issue focuses on a different topic of debate, relevant to the current creative industries.
The second issue of Eight:48 centers around the theme of ideas and inspiration. Titled, ‘What’s the Big Idea?, it features a forward by Roger Fawcett-Tang and contains original articles from Bruno Maag and Jonathan Turner. In addition to this, there are ten interviews with leading designers, illustrators and photographers; Corey Holms, Build, Alex Trochut, Eskimo Square, Mr Bingo, Melvin Galapon, Troika, Jamie Portch, Luke Lucas and Tim Johannis.
Format: Tabloid Newspaper
Print: Four Colour