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We Love Magazines

A talk by Jeremy Leslie

Evening Reception 20 March 2018
Art Workers’ Guild
6 Queen Square
London wc1n 3at
6.15 for 6.45 p.m.

Jeremy Leslie leads the magCulture studio, dividing his time between designing, consulting and writing. He’s a passionate advocate for editorial design, which he sees as an ever-changing discipline that has always adapted to new contexts. He has written several books about magazine design and the magCulture online Journal is a key source of news and opinion about the subject. He organises the annual Modern Magazine conference in London and opened the magCulture shop in 2015, where he hosts monthly magCulture Meets evenings.
www.magCulture.com

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