E-readers are great and we’re sure they’ll have an audience, but let’s not start overlooking what you can achieve with good ol’ paper. Take Draft magazine for instance. The cover image is a watercolour artwork, which is printed on watercolour paper and glued to the cover.
Now in it’s sixth issue (although issue five was released over two years ago), Draft focuses on new art commissions, showcasing artworks picked by photographers, artists and designers. The sixth issue curates artworks from the Archive of Modern Conflict and, if we say so ourselves, looks pretty damn good. (Magculture)
Take a leap to see pictures of the magazine.