Inside: Printed Pages
Things are looking up - well, they're looking in anyway. Another great cover (this time from Cuban-born Edel Rodriquez, who's protest graphics are an issue highlight) ushers in another bountiful haul of top notch illustration, photography, graphic design and art. Included this issue are a catch up with set designer Es Devlin, a look back at he beautiful and bold activist work of Sister Corita Kent, a chat with iconic street photographer Joel Meyerowitz and some much needed naughtiness from Gilbert and George.
Printed Pages is a bi-annual edit of all the best art, illustration, graphic design and photography to have been highlighted by the It's Nice That team in the last 6 months. Yes, that means 240 pages of beautifully printed eye candy.
The story behind the iconic 'Atomic Power, No Thanks' logo and the women who created it, Anne Lund.