An International Weekly Publication Made for Inmates, InHouse Magazine

An offshoot of InHouse Records (a non-profit organization that offers graphic design courses as well as existing as a record label that functions inside and outside UK prisons), InHouse magazine recently launched and contains content aimed to inspire, educate and entertain inmates—who are currently spending more time alone due to COVID-19 precautions. Helmed by London-based graphic designed Hannah Lee and founded by Judah Armani, the …

MOLD: a New Magazine About the Future of Food

Launched in 2013, MOLD is now embarking on one of their most exciting endeavors to date: a print magazine. Focused on the future of food (somewhat anchored by the UN’s prediction that by 2030 there will be more people on Earth than food to feed them), the publication will be much more than a glossy mag about trendy recipes. MOLD promises to be highly researched, …

Four&Sons’ Continued Exploration of Artists and Dogs

A look inside issue five of the charming Australian publication

Upon their debut in 2014, we fell in love with Four&Sons magazine; a biannual print publication focusing on creators and their canines (or canine inspirations). The profiles within—incorporating charming visuals—were more than a celebration of dogs. Each touched upon the intricacies of relationships artists have with their pets, oscillating between intellectual and emotional. The magazine is now on its fifth issue and they’ve come a …