'AnOther' Digital Magazine Has LED Moving Cover featuring Rihanna

Some may think print is dying, but print may just become digitized and updated with novel

Arts
1,849 Hypes 0 Comments

Some may think print is dying, but print may just become digitized and updated with novel technology, which is what AnOther Magazine is touting. Working with PCH, AnOther’s Spring/Summer 2015 issue is the first of its kind with a customized LED screen in lieu of a traditional printed cover. A high definition Rihanna, shot by Inez and Vinoodh, graces the cover with an accompanying soundtrack by John Gosling for a fully immersive experience. The issue pays homage to Alexander McQueen, and is available to buy now. For stockists and more information, take a look at AnOther Magazine‘s website here. and check out the video above on how it works, cementing the moment where print became digital.

Read Full Article
More

What to Read Next

adidas Racer Lite EM Black/Red
Footwear

adidas Racer Lite EM Black/Red

The adidas Racer Lite EM is now available in a classic black and red colorway. The silhouette is an

Take a Look Inside Hermès' Refurbished London Flagship
Fashion

Take a Look Inside Hermès' Refurbished London Flagship

The Hermès flagship store, located inside London’s historic Time Life Building, has finished a

Mt. Fuji Appears When You Fill This Glass with Beer
Design

Mt. Fuji Appears When You Fill This Glass with Beer

The perfect synthesis of a national symbol with a national philosophy, the Fujiyama glass by Keita


Kanye West is Now an Art Curator
Fashion

Kanye West is Now an Art Curator

This season has been very busy and one with many new forays for self-proclaimed creative genius,

G-Eazy featuring Devon Baldwin - Let's Get Lost (Louis Futon Remix)
Music 

G-Eazy featuring Devon Baldwin - Let's Get Lost (Louis Futon Remix)

Before heading out for his biggest tour appearance yet alongside Kill Paris next month, Louis Futon

Nicola Formichetti Launches 'Free' Magazine
Fashion

Nicola Formichetti Launches 'Free' Magazine

Creative director, editor and all-over visionary, Nicola Formichetti is delving into the print

More ▾