Kult Magazine

A Singaporean magazine takes their pages to the arcade and more

A publishing concept that bridges print, digital and display mediums like touchscreen or arcade console, Singapore’s free, quarterly Kult Magazine by creative agency Kult 3D is set to release its sixth art-centric issue with a theme focused on extinction. Concerned about how quickly animals are disappearing due to the hands of man, it presents a visual discussion on their value through interesting facts and thought-provoking …

Charlie Melcher

From Madonna to Al Gore, how one publisher reimagines books for the digital age

Charlie Melcher is, in his own words, a man of eclectic tastes. With a hand in some of pop culture’s most influential phenomena, from “South Park: A Sticky Forms Adventure” to Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth,” Melcher has been redefining the publishing industry since graduating from Yale University in 1988. Conceptualizing projects like Madonna’s controversial “Sex” book is practically old hat to Melcher, who spearheaded …