A fresh new publication, Printed Pages produced its first issue in March 2013. A splinter publication of renowned website It’s Nice That, Printed Pages builds off the company’s previous success to offer an upbeat and engaging publication that focuses on the unusual and unexpected creative stories.
The magazine wraps a fantastic creative flair with economic pragmatism to develop a fun, well-honed read without sacrificing material. Published quarterly, inexpensive, focused and with the ability to draw on the creative connections of many writers an industry professionals, Printed pages is a fantastic independent creative publication.
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Printed Pages is a fascinating new publication epitomising a potential model towards cheaper, more focused magazines that do not sacrifice quality or the potential to interview big names. Usurping the moniker ‘jump the shark’ (referencing when a show goes too far - from the classic American show Happy Days, where in response to low ratings The Fonz quite literally jumped over a shark) to describe the magazines goal of pursuing the sense of giddy excitement at the most unexpected and ludicrous of happenings, Printed Pages delights in talking the enriched and the absurd.
From the analysis of synaesthesia in photographs, to the evilness of the ‘Nice’ biscuits coupled with the tearful pursuit of the ‘Taste the difference’ biscuits… but I digress. Printed pages is a perfect example of a new type of magazine that offers quality insights and topical articles at low cost for both the occasional and dedicated reader.