Candy Magazine gets a makeover and the new issue is chock-full of great interviews and articles. Issue 11: For All Intents & Purposes features Jen Stark, Alex Trochut, Kim Høltermand, Chris Ro, Alex Gross, and many others.
Redesign was done by Keith Nally and Jamie Delaney at MakeItWorkDesign. Thanks for the note Keith!
For many reasons, this is an ideal year to help save peoples jobs!
There are hundreds of magazines out there. You can find a periodical for every personality type, and since the print publishing industry is badly hurting, you will be helping creative professionals (like designers, writers and photographers) stay employed.
The more subscriptions you purchase the more you are giving back. If you want to get even more specific with your support, you can subscribe to your local monthly, such as Portland Monthly.
Besides that just think, a magazine subscription keeps you in someone’s mind for an entire year!
Here are a few of my favorite commercial weekly and monthly’s:
I love this fashion portrait by Photographer Mike Schreiber. He has the gift of making anyone real.
If you meet Mike in person you can immediately tell he has a way with people. He is friendly, approachable and likeable. This is exactly how his pictures show his subjects. Even celebrities feel like they are just one of us.
Look through his website and you will see some familiar faces mixed in with those you’re sure you met just the other night.
His style makes any person feel familiar and that is what makes his photography… his; old school style.
Christoph Niemann is an illustrator living in Berlin. His work has appeared on numerous New Yorker covers, The NY Times Magazine, Atlantic Monthly… He’s also the author of a couple of children’s books – his new one, “The Pet Dragon,” teaches kids about Chinese characters. On the side he writes for the NY Times Opinion Art Blog, Abstract City – which currently has a really great post on the artful design process of his new bathroom.