The Autumn edition of Printed Pages comes wrapped in a cover shot by the excellent Ben Sandler and Bonsoir Paris, exploring the theme of “The Fall”. Contained within you’ll find features on designer Mike Perry’s favourite objects, an archive of Riot Grrrl zines from Teal Triggs, a biopic of Peggy Guggenheim, interviews with Australian comics artists Simon Hanselmann and Grant Gronewold, photographer Lucas Foglia, international artist Olafur Eliasson, and C-G Hagström – a photographer who captured some of the best pictures of artist Tove Jansson.
We look at whether the church can coexist with good design, why British creatives are obsessed with the USA and explore some of the weirdest magazines on the newsstands. There’s more too of course, but you’ll just have to pick up a copy to find out!
Comedian and writer Isy Suttie muses on the theme of Nice, likening it to an awkward first kiss.
Show & Tell
We meet designer Mike Perry in his Brooklyn studio to discuss some of the objects he holds dear.
Everything you need to know about the life of the late, great art mogul Peggy Guggenheim.
We catch up with writer and educator Teal Triggs to explore her collection of Riot Grrrl zines.
Simon Hanselmann and Grant Gronewold on their relationship and making incredible comics.
Big Skies, Small Communities
Photographer Lucas Foglia tells us about getting lost in the American outdoors.
The Poisoned Chalice
Design studio Maddison Graphic tell us about an ill-fated project for the Methodist Church.
Kate Jackling and Lightning & Kinglyface produce a still-life shoot on the theme of refraction.
It’ Ok To Disagree
We debunk some of the mythology surrounding international fine artist Olafur Eliasson.
Back of the Rack
A whistle-stop tour of the most unusual magazines occupying the nation’s newsstantds.
Photographer C-G Hagström talks about his friendship with Moomins artist Tove Jansson.
A Language of Fantasy
An look at three British creatives obsessed with Americana.
Laid Out Lovely
A beguiling tale from writer Grant Gillespie about an unusually gifted beautician.
The Ugliest Thing I Love
Artist Ian Stevenson waxes lyrical about spelling mistakes.