Wrap, Issue 13 – Paradise
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Wrap showcases some of the brilliant and exciting work being made by current illustrators and designers around the globe, and has a unique concept of being a product to use, as well as a magazine to read. We are an environmentally conscious magazine using 100% recycled paper and vegetable-based inks. Designed with no staples or stitching, Wrap can easily be taken apart and reused as wrapping paper.
Issue 13 – Paradise
Contemporary Illustration, Art & Creative Culture
“After an extended (Covid-induced) break, we’re delighted to be back doing what we love most – making our magazine and being able to share the work of incredible illustrators, artists and designers.
Inspired by this issue’s ‘Paradise’ theme, there are five unique pull-out wrapping paper prints to discover in Wrap #13, alongside fascinating in-depth interviews and studio visits with the contributing artists who made them – Marine Buffard (cover artist), Abel Macias, Laura Burke, Agostino Iacurci and Pauline Bachel.
We also meet designer Alex Proba and dive into her colourful, abstract world, finding out how she’s built her impressive multidisciplinary studio. We visit UAU Project, the Polish 3D design practice who use algorithms and eco-polymers to create their sculptural homeware products, and we share a run-down of our favourite contemporary painters and how they’re making their mark in the art world. Plus, we get lost in Kenyan photographer Thandiwe Muriu’s stunning CAMO portrait series.
– Includes five pull-out wrapping paper prints, five in-depth artist interviews and four articles exploring of-the-moment creative trends and practices
– Dimensions: 24cm x 32cm
– 148 x content-rich full-colour pages
– Printed in London on FSC certified paper
– Special design features: double fold-out section, a mixture of uncoated, glossy, and silk pages and black foil logo on the cover
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