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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Warren Ellis tagged magazine

Nice looking magazine, apparently distribbed for free. "Article is lovingly distributed by hand from a vintage Volkswagen Scirocco. One day it will stop working in the Pennines and we’ll probably die."

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"The issue is focussed on the Moon which is a wonderful topic. Included are a photo essay on a lost astronaut and an insert product catalog of fictional/speculative objects, magazines, gifts and other items that might be appreciated by people who live on the moon."

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design/arts magazine, by the looks. newspaper-style. "A low resolution version of the magazine may be downloaded here. "

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"Here's a sneak peek at the new cover for Constellation's Sag/Cap issue out at the end of the month featuring Dame Darcy, Peter James from "Some Secret Place", Pluto in Cap, Travelmania, gorgeous photographs by Christina Labey, & horoscopes based on your inner animus. issue will be available at the end of the month."

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"MAPS has posted PDF scans of The Psychedelic Review Archives 1963-1971."

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"Issue one of THE JOURNAL OF INTERSTITIAL CINEMA. Featuring 24 pages of reviews, articles and rare pictures." Must remember to look at the preview

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"BLAST was the short-lived literary magazine of the Vorticist movement in Britain. It had two editions, the first published on 2 July 1914 and the second a year later. Written primarily by the Anglo-American artist Wyndham Lewis and covered by a notorious pink cover referred to by Ezra Pound as the "great MAGENTA cover'd opusculus", the magazine has become famous as emblematic of the first modern art movement in England, and is now recognised as one of the seminal texts of 20th-century modernism."

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Paper for Emerging Architectural Research: "P.E.A.R. aims to re-establish the fanzine as a primary medium for the dissemination of architectural ideas, musings, research and works." Reminder to self that I'm at the launchparty on June 15.

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