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Printed Pages, Issue 16 AW18/19

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The new magazine from the people at It’s Nice That (London). Printed Pages is an arts and design magazine which focusses on depth and discovery, combining engaging and accessible content with top-notch design values. The Printed Pages magazine was launched in 2013 and is published quarterly and mixes fantastic creative pedigree with economical pagination to present a fun, focused read.

In this issue:
The Autumn/Winter 2018 edition contains just over 200 pages of the fantastic content you’ve come to expect from us. It is an inspiring, informed and engaged snapshot of the creative world curated by the It’s Nice That team.

For this issue, we’ve delved deep into the Bauhaus archives 100 years after the school opened its doors, with a little help from Pentagram partner Sascha Lobe, who designed both the cover and the poster. Inside, there’s a report on what went down when we spent a week at Eike König’s After School Club, a trip to Nigeria with designer Lemi Ghariokwu, and a glorious look at what must be the world’s most heated bonfire rivalry.

We’ve also decided to shine a light on the 2018 Graduates cohort, our annual celebration of the best emerging talent across the creative industries. If all that wasn’t enough, photographer Kanghee Kim has provided us with a typically luminescent print, and you’ll also find a series of five postcards featuring work by a batch of the top-notch creatives we’ve covered in this issue of Printed Pages.



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