Design Magazines

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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
  • Little U

    £18.00

    Little U is an occasional magazine for the young at heart. With childlike wonder—but not a juvenile attitude—Little U explores making, designing, illustrating and living creatively with children. Highlighting children’s books, surface pattern design, clothing and product design for young folk, and arts and crafts inspired by and/or made for children, the intention of Little U is to inspire and inform professional creatives and families alike.

    It’s not a magazine for children, rather it's about lots of different kinds of creativity inspired by children and the children's industry. 

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  • Eyeyah!

    £4.80

     EYEYAH magazine is a new publication for kids by 35 artists.

    Using Graphic Design as a creative vehicle to educate children about social issues. The first issues theme is the Internet, exploring it’s history, benefits, and also looking at some of its dangers such as social media, online strangers and addiction.

    While it sure is a sight to behold, there’s much more to this magazine than meets the eye.”  BoingBoing.net

     ize: 250 x 175mm

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  • V&A Magazine

    £4.00

    A record of contemporary culture, the V&A Magazine offers articles and reviews centred on events and exhibitions at London's Victoria & Albert Museum. Learn More
  • Eye on Design

    £18.00

    Eye on Design turns a well trained eye on the best new work from the world’s most exciting designers. Subscribe to the newsletter so you never miss a story (aigaeod.co/news) and follow along on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @AIGAeyeondesign We’re published by AIGA, the professional association for design, the oldest and largest design organisation in the United States. Learn More
  • 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
  • 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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  • Varoom

    £12.00

    Illustration, culture, society

    Varoom – the illustration report, is a unique publication commenting and discussing the contemporary illustrated image in depth, and features interviews with illustrators, image-makers and designers as well as featuring critical articles on different aspects of contemporary illustration by leading commentators

    A range of expert contributing editors reveal their choice of work that has most impressed them over the last few months from the worlds of illustration and design, fashion and politics, music and digital, children’s books and reportage.

    Regular Varoom columnists, illustrators Marian Bantjes and Paul Davis, offer amazing visuals and comment with beautiful styling and acerbic wit. 

     

    www.theaoi.com/varoom

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