Heath Newsstand, San Francisco

A new space to nourish minds, built to inspire and unite a community

Best-known for their gorgeous pottery, CH favorite Heath Ceramics now has a new space attached to their Mission district, San Francisco showroom. The recently opened Heath Newsstand was created with the aim to inspire and unite the community; the team behind it believes that newsstands create destinations where locals frequently come together. The beautifully designed store stocks all kinds of publications—from local, national and international …

Andy Rementer’s New Zine: Good Morning

One of Cool Hunting’s favorite artists, Andy Rementer, has released a new zine full of classic colorful illustrations in his signature style, though, with substantial use of dark shadows—an effect he has been playing with more recently. Printed in an edition of 200, the 32-page zine is $10 and spilling over with interesting characters. Rementer spoke with It’s Nice That about the publication and says, …

Public / Private / Portrait

A new photo book of questioning faces curated by Mossless, made in collaboration with the International Center of Photography

Mossless was founded in 2009 by Romke Hoogwaerts as a digital platform for interviewing a different photographer every two days. It made the transition into the physical world in the form of artist-made publications, and their fourth issue—a thematic photo book titled “Public/Private/Portrait”—is currently raising money on Kickstarter to cover printing costs. It will complement the International Center of Photography‘s exhibition “Public, Private, Secret” in …

Interview: Pallet Magazine

Co-founded by two Australians, the new quarterly isn't just about beer

A high-quality quarterly for “people who like to think and drink,” the recently launched print publication Pallet is decidedly not a craft beer journal. Instead, Australian co-founders Nadia Saccardo and Rick Bannister use the subject as a jumping off point for larger curiosities, but ones that would speak spiritually to those who tend to enjoy a pint of small-batch brew. The first issue (complete with …

Tycho Journal

A new sci-fi publication currently funding on Kickstarter

With the ambitious goal to be “the most beautiful science fiction journal of all time,” Tycho Journal—co-founded by Adam Brent Houghtaling (former EIC and Brand Director at BlackBook Magazine) and Cici James (proprietor of science-fiction book store Singularity&Co) is currently funding on Kickstarter. Houghtaling, who was initially drawn to science-fiction through comics and film, believes that the “the bold ideas and big vision” of the …