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iGav
Nov 12, 2005, 07:52 AM
Mammoth, huge, colossal, understated.

Emigre 69 (http://www.emigre.com/EMag.php?issue=69)

Rick Poynor observes (http://www.designobserver.com/archives/007816.html#more)



londonweb
Dec 1, 2005, 06:13 AM
Mammoth, huge, colossal, understated.

Emigre 69 (http://www.emigre.com/EMag.php?issue=69)

Rick Poynor observes (http://www.designobserver.com/archives/007816.html#more)

I wish I'd read it more often now! What a shame...

Lau
Dec 1, 2005, 06:39 AM
Blimey. It's always sad to hear of something like that ending, but especially when it's a real end of an era type thing. I wonder if Adrian Shaughnessy is right though:

Also, am I alone in thinking we haven't heard the last of Emigre as a journal of visual culture? I have a feeling that VanderLans' editorial/curatorial instincts run too deep to let Emigre vanish forever.

Maybe it's just changing with the times and will come back as something...other.




Hoever, thanks iGav for posting this, I'm supposed to be finishing off my dissertation in the next couple of days, and it's about zines moving to the internet, so having breaking news in it may earn my some much needed marks. :)

mouchoir
Dec 1, 2005, 06:47 AM
Mammoth, huge, colossal, understated.

Emigre 69 (http://www.emigre.com/EMag.php?issue=69)

Rick Poynor observes (http://www.designobserver.com/archives/007816.html#more)


No way! I haven't kept up for a while, but they were an inspiration while I was at uni. Thanks for the link.