You Can Now Magazine
YCN präsentiert ihr neues “member’s magazine” mit Design und Art Direction von Matt Willey und Beiträgen unter anderem von Dries Van Noten, Marco Velardi und Iain Tait.
Pressetext: Creative member network YCN has launched a brand new Members’ Magazine. The inaugural issue of You Can Now Magazine is Designed & Art Directed by Matt Willey and Edited by YCN Founder Nick Defty. It fittingly takes the theme “Begin” as its editorial starting point and follows on with a visually loaded series of ideas, essays and inspirations. “We want to make the most of the printed format to feed the curiosity of our members, in a way that compliments our digital publishing and events. We hope to spark creativity and action in all kinds of directions” comments Nick.
The publication’s opening section presents a “celebration of getting started” and includes an extended feature on the business of launching a new magazine with input from a spread of magazine maestros including Jeremy Leslie (MagCulture), Dan Crowe (Port), Robert Bound (Monocle) and Charlotte Rey (ACNE Paper), among others. All are illustrated by rising French star Tiffany Beucher. Other contributors include menswear design legend Dries Van Noten, Google Creative Lab’s Iain Tait and Food Futurologist Dr Morgaine Gaye – who hungrily casts her eye forward to 2023. And in an extended feature, beautifully photographed by Carol Sachs, Paul Flynn breaks bread with restaurant entrepreneur Mark Hix.
Founded in 2001, YCN is a member network for creative professionals – free to join at ycn.org. Members get access to YCN’s extensive projects and content; including award programmes, online directories, curated opportunities and member events.
It’s free to join YCN, and those who do can buy a copy exclusively at YCN. Copies can also be picked up in the YCN Shop & Library at 72 Rivington Street in London. The next issue, themed Get Lost, will be published in November.
You Can Now Magazine
Herausgeber: YCN Limited
Redakteur: Nick Defty
Gestaltung: Matt Willen
Veröffentlichung: August 2013
Umfang: 117 Seiten
Format: 22,5 x 28,5 cm
Preis: £ 6.00