It’s Nice That‘s print extension, the aptly titled Printed Pages, is making a Spring/Summer 2017 with 240 more pages of inspiring creativity. Celebrating It’s Nice That’s 10th anniversary, the 13th issue of the publication features a specially commissioned cover from illustrator Ted Parker and is highlighted by the likes of an interview with William Eggleston, a look inside Heatherwick Studio’s rarely-seen archive, a tribute to art critic John Berger, and a gallery of 14 “smiles” inspired by Parker’s aforementioned cover art from artists likes Martin Parr, Jon Burgerman, James Jarvis, Rose Blake, and Charlotte Mei. The publication also includes a bevy of additional content, including a look at the revered design school Ecal, an examination of the Ulm School’s legacy, and much more.
That’s not all, though. Those who pre-order the magazine — which is due out next week — are in for a bevy of additional treats, including an exclusive Tim Lahan-designed lithograph, a James jarvis screenprint, a set of International Women’s Day-inspired stickers from illustrator Kate Prior, and even a set of postcards showcasing some of the magazine’s best art.
Printed Pages‘ Spring/Summer 2017 issue can be picked up now via Company of Parrots.