14 September 2009

My Magazine - Sketchbook

Its no secret I have been in blog hideaway for a few weeks. I blame it on many-a factors. One being the fast approaching London Fashion Week 25th anniversary extravagance. I have been prepping for it, figuring out outfits for the week, doing my research for written reports etc. Second I blame it on the debut of my new magazine , Sketchbook. A new quarterly magazine that showcases established and emerging creative talents in fashion, design and culture with a focus on features, photography and illustration.

Featuring original sketchbook graphics, exclusive interviews with scientists in jelly and photographers in Africa, we present our finds in a raw and exposed fashion. In Sketchbook, it's not just about the product itself, but also about the beauty of the process of conceptualization, creation and appreciating the means to an end.

Sketchbook is a labour of love with 150 people involved from editorial staff, photographers, illustrators, graphic artists, and designers. I have been establishing its brand, configuring team, and soon will launch Sketchbook TV a live production of behind the scenes of our shoots and talented people we meet on a daily basis. Here is your first peek at the cover of our first issue : Fashion Blogger Issue with Style Bubble on the cover. Here is the range of covers we will be using for our magazine. Send us your comments+raves+rants on our twitter page or facebook group and facebook fan page. Follow us for update as we are launching the magazine by end of September.




Illustrated by John Paul Thurlow and Annie Driscoll
Susie from Style Bubble blog is on our cover
Read the preview of the magazine-http://www.stylebubble.co.uk/style_bubble/2009/09/sketch-me.html

3 comments:

uggboots said...

This article writes of too like, the author was to have too much just.Thank author sharing.At this is once!
UGG boots sale

GYY88 said...

At the height of his playing career in the NBA, everyone wanted to "Be like Mike" and play basketball like Michael Jordan. Owning a pair of Jordan shoes was one way to try to make that connection.

Since Jordan's retirement in 1999, fans still want to emulate the greatest basketball player ever, and continue buying Jordan shoes.

dfadf said...

Microsoft Office
Office 2010
Microsoft Office 2010
Office 2010 key
Office 2010 download
Office 2010 Professional
Microsoft outlook
Outlook 2010
Windows 7
Microsoft outlook 2010