Magazines

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  • GoGo Paris

    £10.99
    Here is the essential edit of the 600+ hottest spots to eat, drink, shop, sleep, and hang out in Paris this autumn and winter. Written by a Paris-based team, the guide has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighbourhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet. Unique on the market, it is updated twice a year, so is at least a season ahead of the rest. With the Gogo Paris city guide, you'll be as in-the-know as any Parisian about what's happening around town now. All written in English Learn More
  • Romance Journal

    £16.00
    Romance Journal is a publication devoted to exploring truth and raising our collective consciousness. In the midst of personal trials and global challenges each issue, based on a theme, will explore human experiences through the eyes of 10 powerful, thoughtful, and creative women awakening to their life’s purpose. Learn More
  • Badlands 777

    £14.00

    Badlands777 magazine is a self-published annual print magazine based in London, UK.

    Creative Directors: Chloe Lamb, Jade Lamb and Lilli-Rose Bailey
    Publishers: Chloe Lamb, Jade Lamb and Lilli-Rose Bailey

    Badlands 777 started out in 2010 as a blog, evolving into a vintage label, DIY fashion collection and most recently, a self-titled magazine ‘BADLANDS777’. The brand is about ‘sexually charged fashion, rock n’ roll nostalgia and female supremacy’, creating designs for and content inspired by ‘the wild at heart and the weird on top’.

     

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  • Uppercase

    £14.00

    UPPERCASE is a quarterly magazine for the creative and curious inspired by craft, design and illustration. A playful exploration of creativity, an affinity for vintage ephemera, and a love of handmade are some elements common in each issue. The magazine boasts high-quality paper and printing, a unique design aesthetic and incredible attention to detail. Adored by readers around the world, it has been recognised for its design excellence. Learn More
  • Harvard Design Magazine

    £12.50

    Relaunched in summer 2014, Harvard Design Magazine probes beyond the established design disciplines to enrich and diversify current discourse. Scholarly, poetic, and visually lush, each issue triggers new interpretations of design’s defining role in today’s culture. Distinguished and unexpected voices from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning meet those from the realms of art, science, literature, and beyond. A space for dialogue, speculation, and surprise: Harvard Design Magazine opens a door onto the applied device of design, and the people, places, and politics it engages.

    Winners of the Stack Awards 2017 Best Original Fiction

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  • 3x3

    £9.50

    The mission at 3x3 is to preserve, protect and promote contemporary illustration in all its forms. The juried Annual features the work of artists from all across the globe, in fact this year it had entries from 45 countries and the medal winners represent eighteen of those countries. The best work from the last twelve months in advertising, editorial, publishing, institutional, children’s books and animation is features in 400+ pages . Learn More
  • Bauhaus

    £11.00

    After 80 years it's back: Bauhaus - the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation's magazine. Everything from the Bauhaus world, essays, interviews and more. Learn More
  • Spike

    £9.50

    Spike Art Quarterly is a German/English art magazine aimed at sustaining a vigorous, independent, and meaningful art criticism. Situated between art theory and practice, Spike’s renowned pool of contributing writers reflect on contemporary art and analyse international developments in contemporary culture.

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  • Catalyst

    £9.95

    Does the world need another journal? Well, maybe one more. Yes, definitely one more.

    Jacobin is launching Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy at a time of enormous tumult. The political order is being questioned on a scale we haven’t seen in decades. Neoliberalism, which only a few years ago seemed unassailable, has lost all legitimacy. Even while the revolt against it is still mostly electoral, there are signs of a reemergence of social movements, stretching across the globe. But at the same time the traditional parties of the Left, which were once the voice of mass protest, have largely been absorbed into the neoliberal order.

    Labor, once the torchbearer of progressive politics, is still largely dormant, in part due to its lack of organization, and in part owing to its own conservatism. So even while the traditional order is in crisis, it isn’t clear in what direction progressive forces will, or even should, move. 

    One thing is clear — discussion of capitalism is not off the table any longer. Catalyst launches with the aim of doing everything it can to promote and deepen this conversation. Our focus is, as our title suggests, to develop a theory and strategy with capitalism as its target — both in the North and in the Global South. While we are based in the United States, our hope is to be relevant to readers stretching from Kolkata to Cairo, from Pretoria to Paris. It is an ambitious agenda, but this is a time for thinking big.

    Catalyst is a beautiful print journal published by Jacobin and edited by Robert Brenner and Vivek Chibber.

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