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We caught up with Colin Tunstall, one of the co founders of Saturdays Surf The downtown NYC surf shop on Crosby St (with new locations--the West Village, and their Tokyo flagship,) and talked to him about his pseudo return to publishing as the editor-in-chief role in their first issue of Saturdays Magazine. while ringing in their 3rd anniversary. More after the jump...
Websites & Apps 08.04.11
>> (90s) Rolling Stone
>> (90s) Wallpaper
>> The FACE (circa 2000)
>> The NY Times Mag (2001-
>> New York (2003-
+ plenty more? If so, head on over to 208 W 29, #601 (map here) on Saturday from 12noon to 2pm and grab all you can. Free to good homes. And you people are good homes.
Dugald Stermer was the art director of Ramparts magazine during its heyday, 1964-1970. A new book by Peter Richardson, A Bomb in Every Issue: How the Short, Unruly Life of Ramparts Magazine Changed America , has brought the magazine back into the public eye. The New York Times gave the book a lengthy review in the October 11 Sunday Times Book Review, which praised the magazine's "hip, slick and provocative look."
Checkout Monday's Best of 2004 & 2005 slideshow here and Tuesday's Best of 2006 eye candy here. Click on this link for the full, updating-daily set if you want to, um, refresh yourself over and over.
In the meantime, happy 5th T!
After many months of negotiation, and many months of fine tuning the details, the undercover magazine industry investigation group known as GKI, or GK Investigation, is finally able to release numerous clips to the Society of Publication Design, SPD, for use on their blog.
''If McCain gets elected, New York's cover would be what?,'' Barnett asked provocatively. "You will get to answer at the end of our discussion.'' I couldn't stop scanning the panel from left to right, and right to left, wondering if these guys were internally crying to the heavens above for a clever solution or tucking the task in their subconscious so that they could focus on the questions at hand. I initially gave myself the same challenge; 30 problem-solving seconds later, I cut myself a break after reminding myself, this is my one night out -- enjoy! And so I did.
Today is Joyce Rutter Kaye's last day as editor-in-chief of PRINT. After ten years, she will be joining NYC & Company, New York City's official tourism, marketing, and partnership organization, as senior editorial director.... Picking up from long-time PRINT editor Martin Fox, Joyce impressed her own personality on the magazine. She oversaw its current redesign, its greater adherence to the news, its increased critical stance, and its renewed vitality as a chronicle of the new while respecting history. Under Joyce, PRINT racked up more American Society of Magazine Editors' National Magazine Award nominations and two major awards. She has built an enviable staff of design journalists and editors. At a time when the web threatens to make print obsolete, Joyce has made the magazine more vigorous and the PRINT site more active.