Printed Pages Issue 13
Issue 13 of Printed Pages launches as It’s Nice That celebrates its 10th anniversary. The magazine includes 240 pages of inspiring work and engaging articles featuring creatives from around the world. Providing an essential overview of the creative world today, Printed Pages is an optimistic record of the power of creativity in all its forms.
Beaming out from the cover is a smiling face designed by illustrator Ted Parker. The specially commissioned work typifies the ethos of Printed Pages, championing the joy and power of creative endeavour. Inside, exclusive features include an interview with pioneering photographer William Eggleston, a photo essay documenting the rarely seen work archived by Heatherwick Studio, a tribute to art critic John Berger and a gallery of 14 smiles created by the likes of Martin Parr, Jon Burgerman, James Jarvis, Rose Blake, Charlotte Mei and more.
Other features include a look at the revered design school Ecal, an examination of the legacy of the Ulm School, a chat with artist and illustrator Oliver Jeffers about his influences, a profile of uncompromising British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster, a survey of the enduring work of designer Lucienne Day on the occasion of the centenary of her birth and an in-depth interview with French artist Marguerite Humeau as she continues her “epic quest” to discover the unknown.
Throughout the magazine there are articles covering the work of more than 30 international artists, designers and photographers including photographer Carlota Guerrero, illustrator Cute Brute and graphic designers Triboro.
Softcover, 240 pages, 2017
20 × 27.5cm
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