A super embossed cover of the new Printed Pages makes reference to a feature about the Bauhaus archives as they look into the movement’s history with Pentagram partner Sascha Lobe, who speaks of its legacy and how his own work reflects the principles of the movement, especially when designing the logo for the Bauhaus archive. Photographer Sharif Hamza discusses his series of portraits of American youths and their firearms. There are interviews with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Jerry Saltz. And there’s illustration and photography by Max Guther, Sophie Koko Gate, David Williams and Nina Manandhar.
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we welcome back Printed Pages to the roster and their excellent new issue. As always, the showcase of illustration gives the magazine its identity and originality and this time the work of illustrators Thomas Hedger; Jean Jullien; Stefanie Leinhos; Alice Tye and many others feature in its pages. The features have political tones with articles on the anti-nuclear power movement; the landscape of Brexit Britain; and a look at Edel Rodriguez’s illustrations that have donned covers of TIME magazine; Der Spiegel and Newsweek, including many very recognisable recent covers portraying Donald Trump.add to my subscription
the autumn/winter edition features, on the cover, an illustration by up-and-coming artist, Igor Bastidas. inside you’ll find the work of photographers, illustrators, artists and graphic designers who cover topics ranging from Dolly Parton, festivals in the US, to the surreal adventures of a sex-mad naturist. in total there is the work of more than 30 different creatives and their stories. features include an exclusive interview with the artist David Shrigley about his love of football and his life’s work; a chat with graphic design legend Paula Scher; an introduction to the work of Gaika and Kibwe Tavares; how curator Paola Antonelli shook up the design world in her role at MoMa; and a walk in the woods with illustrator Noma Bar and much, much more.
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