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Magazines On The Radio

Regular readers of Monocle will be well aware of the magazine’s professed love of print media and its crafts. So it’s only fitting that Editor-in-Chief Tyler Brule and his team gather every weekend for a proper look-in at other well produced magazines from around the world. Come Saturday, the team brings in their pick of … Continue reading

APHT

Awesome!

  Awesome People Hanging Out Together is an utterly addictive site that will have little trouble filling your ever-expanding downtime with page after page of eclectic stargazing genius. Will you find Beck hanging out with Thom Yorke? Yes, you will. Obama listening to George Clooney? Yes again. Kanye West, Marc Jacobs and Jay Z at … Continue reading

Wallpaper-

Wallpaper* – Reborn in India

It hasn’t arrived yet, but judging by this and the online preview, it looks smashing. As is the norm, Wallpaper* stationed themselves in Mumbai and Delhi late April to work on their India issue in a follow up to their excellent Russia, China and Brazil specials. Apart from fresh, comprehensive and in-depth content in the … Continue reading

South-Poster

SOUTH by Aashim Tyagi

Born in Delhi and brought up abroad, Aashim Tyagi returned to Mumbai in 2006 to work as a Graphic Designer. Four years later, he quit his job, booked himself a train ticket and spent two months in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The result is a series of revealing images that give us an off-kilter account … Continue reading

American Power by Mitch Epstein

Prix Pictet 2011

Mitch Epstein has won this year’s Prix Pictet, the international photography prize that is fast establishing itself as the only prize to win. Announced in Paris and handed out by the natty Kofi Annan, past winners of the three-year old prize include Benoit Aquin and Nadav Kander, who was also on jury duty this year. … Continue reading

TWA Terminal NYT

Terminals For Dummies

How to capture the spirit of flight? A photo-story by The New York Times on the recently re-opened TWA Flight Center shows us Finnish-American architect and industrial designer, Eero Serannani’s glorious response. Completed in 1962, Serannani’s building is a striking, futurist space with bold, sweeping lines that resembles a retro-future space ship. In truth, Serannani’s … Continue reading