So, this year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Waverley by Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh’s Waverley railway station was actually named after the book – such was the popularity of the historical novel. One of my first jobs at CMYK was on the launch of Caledonia back in 1999 – when the first issue
I was explaining our Scotland Outdoors subscriber cover to someone recently, and they had never even heard of the concept. In a nutshell, we design a retail cover, with barcode, cover lines and eye-catching cover image to help us stand out on the crowded newsstand. For our loyal subscribers, however, we choose an alternative image
We’re very proud of our work on the Journal for the John Muir Trust, and this little lot should be arriving through your letterbox pretty soon if you’re a member.
The latest retail outlet to get into print is High Street behemoth, Top Shop, with this quality free magazine that allows you to buy and see additional content by scanning pages with their own app (see because magazine). I guess Redwood were one of the pioneers of this ‘magalogue’ publishing over 25 years ago when
People who don’t read magazines often dismiss them as mindless gossip vehicles, confusing one sector of a very diverse market with the market as a whole. They’ve clearly never ventured to the deep end of the periodical pool – and that pool doesn’t get much deeper than Intelligent Life. At £5.95, the Economist’s bi-monthly sister
Looks like all our hard work on Unlimited magazine for PPA Scotland paid off! It is shortlisted in the “Best One-Off Publication” category of the IOIC Scotland Awards! Register on the Unlimited site to get your free copy…