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In the past 10 years we had the pleasure to get to know a lot of the amazing people behind the magazines and publications we try to gather in our store for you, we have seen countless covers on our shelves and browsed myriads of pages. In Novelties & Novelties we want to share some of our latest finds and conversations. Find inspiration in our reviews, enjoy some interviews with amazing people and get to know about our latest activities in Berlin and around the globe.

Pressing Matters #4 2018

Pressing Matters #4 2018

The fourth issue of Pressing Matters explores the broad reaches of the craft of printing. Visiting a collection of huge presses in Norway, a Czech studio mixing the methodological with the modern and conversing with Iranian printer (and paralympic athlete) Mohammad Barrangi Fashtami, plus presenting the brothers bringing attention to a near extinct animal with prints, these are some of Pressing Matters’ proposed projects taking us to new geographically and technically stretched limits. Meeting up with creative printers who conveniently use whole processes of printing to boost their work and enrich their personal lives. Interestingly, the making of this edition involves interactive field trips by the magazine's creator John Coe in which his two co-founders Jake Kennedy and Jo Hounsome plus twelve members of John’s family have participated.
Eye on Design #2 2018

Eye on Design #2 2018

What a beautiful magazine! Dazzling with a range of wildly saturated colours, fluorescent inks and oozing visuals, the second issue of Eye on Design presents a variety of designers and their works from different times and cultural backgrounds. A laborious attempt to capture in one title the plurality of experiences and the common associations between graphic design, sensorial and drug-induced, mind-bending experiments. In addition to touching on topics of mental health and substance abuse, Eye on Design speaks about the lesser known stories of the women who contributed to the explosive visual creativity of the post 1960s psychedelia and today’s equivalent to these years of kaleidoscopic posters, maddening patterns and healthy doses of optical illusion.
Mold #3 2018

Mold #3 2018

Mold magazine is focused on helping create better environment friendly visions about how we produce and consume food. After the two first issues respectively dealing with the role of microbes in producing delicious food and how tableware design and furniture can create new rituals around the dining table, this third issue explores the many ways food waste can be reused as resource for the future, especially that we are currently wasting one third of the total amount of food we produce! Featuring articles on inspiring chefs behind a whole new dining movement, why food waste issues are so relevant for architects to tackle, ideas on the connection between soil design and fighting climate change, what the fridges of the future might look like, and, many more brilliant and inspiring stories.
032c #34 2018

032c #34 2018

032c, the summer issue is out now. Themed around a Big Flat Now moment, this 34th issue invites loosening up all ties with the past and future, and string along with the streams of decentralized information running through media without hierarchy. A tremendous overflow with no clear perspective, “no yesterday and no tomorrow” at its core. This issue’s dossier presents twelve entries about this seemingly infinite ground featuring encounters with rapper Travis Scott, Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele, WorldWideWitch community creator Johannes Paul Raether, artist Luchita Hurtado, collector Kenny Schachter, photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, and as usual, a spectacle of splendid photoshoot series.
Odiseo #12 2018

Odiseo #12 2018

Uniformity
Odiseo, volume 12 is a response to the rhythms of constancy and consistency in life. It evokes ideas of singularity and unconformity but also points at the significance of patterns and belonging, which among other things, helps explain the schisms in our behaviour and mindsets when we are with others and when when we are alone. The need to be part of something larger than ourselves and the need to be left alone. The cultural exigencies and the individual drives and personal peculiarities. Additionally, the written side of the magazine explores the role of artificial intelligence in raising our self-consciousness.
Pin-Up #24 S/S 2018

Pin-Up #24 S/S 2018

PIN-UP is a unique biannual publication which specialises in architectural entertainment topics. This Spring Summer issue is themed around mental health, it includes 24 pages dedicated to mental furniture, and a variety of exciting entries about designing sex video games, the use of architecture as art and the imagining of urban desires. In the interview section we meet some brilliant architects and designers like the perseverant Amanda Levete, the erudite Frida Escobedo and the self-taught William Scott. Also featured is a beautiful photo-reportage from the Spanish Island of Lanzarote which is inspired by Michel Houellebecq’s novel of the same name.
Sindroms #2 2018

Sindroms #2 2018

Yellow
Against the backdrop of Scandinavia’s dark seasons, Sindroms shines a bright, yellow light in search for poetically narrated stories, anecdotal notes and striking images. Compared to the previous issue which paid tribute to the colour red and the love, the passion, the violence, the risk and the fury we tend to associate with it, this second issue filters the prism of reality to focus on everything yellow, and therefore the happy, the optimistic, the friendly, or, the things that signal jealousy and states of anxiety.
Holiday #381 2018

Holiday #381 2018

Jerusalem
Holiday’s Issue 381 is out. This legendary title has already had big shots like Truman Capote, Graham Green and Jack Kerouac supplying its pages with prime content. The current issue explores Jerusalem, the city, the symbol and the fantasy. Featuring an interview with French Historian Vincent Lemire in which he answers the question “what is Jerusalem?”. Holiday also shares perspectives on the city’s holy botanicals, speaks about the first Israeli institution devoted to figurative painting: the Jerusalem Studio School, walks into what is arguably the most beautiful place to stay in, and shows how Palestinians and Israelis were brought together around simple backgammon tables.