Broccoli, lifestyle magazine for women who love cannabis

Broccoli is a beautifully designed new magazine for women who love weed. The online version is free, or you can get it mailed to you. No word on whether the glossy pages would make good rolling paper. Read the rest

The Not Yorker: website features rejected and unsubmitted New Yorker covers

"City Life" by Istvan Banyai is one of many charming New Yorker magazine covers that never were. The website The Not Yorker hopes to gather up submissions to give them a second life and maybe share the love for the artists who submit. Read the rest

Photographer creates flawless food emojis from real food

The Gourmand magazine commissioned Matthieu Lavanchy to create some of the most popular food emojis from the real thing. The whole project feels a bit like a modern update of Magritte's The Treachery of Images. Read the rest

RIP John Severson, Surfer Magazine founder

John Severson, the iconic figure of surfing media, has died at age 83. His 1961 film Big Wednesday is arguably the greatest of the early surf films, part of a lifetime of innovations in surf media. Read the rest

RIP Popular Photography, 1937-2017

Eighty years after its founding as one of the first prosumer publications for the then-expensive hobby of photography, Popular Photography is ceasing both print and online operations following the next issue. Read the rest

Amazing Stories: The Giant 35th Anniversary Issue, reprinted

Amazing Stories: The Giant 35th Anniversary Issue is a new reprint of a classic 1961 issue of the highly-influential science fiction magazine started in 1926 by Hugo Gernsback. It's just $4 for Kindle and $9 in paperback! Read the rest

Front Page Detective cover: "LSD, A New Religion"

What an utterly fantastic cover for the July 1967 issue of Front Page Detective magazine, up for auction on eBay. Read the rest

Art magazine designed for easy re-use as giftwrap

The appositely named Wrapper art magazine is designed to be disassembled after reading and re-used as wrapping paper and stationery:

We have also altered our format a little since issue one, so Wrap is now bigger than before with a harder cover. We've had the back cover perforated so it can become a set of 8 notecards to match all the prints inside and all the sheets are only folded over once, so they're kept as neat and flat as possible, ready for when you need to pull them out and wrap up a present!

The Wrapper

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