A fascinating, slightly odd but rather wonderful publication, Smith Journal is an Australian gentleman’s magazine covering lifestyle, fashion and culture.
The magazine itself is exquisitely produced and printed, full of excellent design, photography and lovely illustrations. Inside you will find articles of interest to the gentleman written with wit – technology, interviews with gentlemen of note, art, fashion, books, driving, investment… even geometry gets a look in to the Autumn 2012 issue (only the second one so far, but we think the second of many more to come). This magazine covers pretty much everything and anything, About the only editorial policy we are certain that they have the emphasis of the importance of things that are interesting and built to last – a noble and gentlemanly ideal.
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“I say, old fellow. Have you spied the latest copy of the Smith Journal?”
“I don’t believe that word of that particular publication has reached my ears, old sport. What can you tell me of this? Is it a trade magazine? Smith is rather a common sounding name I’m afraid…”
“No, no. Quite the opposite! I can only assume that the devilishly handsome chaps behind the magazine must have chosen it in a rather ironic manner.”
“Ahah, a must amusing jape.”
“Yes indeed. This Smith Journal is quite the extraordinary thing. It professes to cover an astonishing array of different articles of interest to well-heeled fellows such as ourselves. Lord knows how they have feature on items from as far afield as Japan and the Americas, perhaps they possess some form of airship. Whatever is the case, they provide a most entertaining and intriguing read for those moments after high tea but before the opium has kicked in.”
“A time that certainly needs filling. Where does this illustrious magazine originate from?”
“I’m afraid to say it’s from the colonies – Australia to be exact.”
“That is most rum news indeed. Still, they may be learning from our fine example. Now, if you will excuse me my good man I must be off to watch Dr. Grace batting for the Gentlemen of England against the players of Surrey, then to an evening of debauchery and fine dining.”
“Quite so, quite so.” NB