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NEWWORK MAGAZINE is a large-format art publication for connoisseurs of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by STUDIO NEWWORK, each iss… Read More
NEWWORK MAGAZINE is a large-format art publication for connoisseurs of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by STUDIO NEWWORK, each issue features new work from a wide range of artists and creators in the worlds of fine art, design, typography and high fashion. NEWWORK's contributors are united in their passion to push the boundaries of their disciplines. In an unbound newspaper format, it is designed to be able to remove pages without tearing it apart and hang them on the wall as posters. Read Less
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NEWWORK MAGAZINE
Issue 1 - 6

NEWWORK MAGAZINE is a large-format art publication for connoisseurs of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by STUDIO NEWWORK, each issue features new work from a wide range of artists and creators in the worlds of fine art, design, typography and high fashion. NEWWORK's contributors are united in their passion to push the boundaries of their disciplines. In an unbound newspaper format, it is designed to be able to remove pages without tearing it apart and hang them on the wall as posters.
  
The magazine is internationally distributed, and it was honored by Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, D&AD, and other international design institution. NEWWORK MAGAZINE is a part of the MoMA Library Collection and Department of Typography at the University of Reading (UK), and it has been used as educational materials at numerous institutions and schools.
 

See NEWWORK MAGAZINE:
Issue 1, Issue 2Issue 3Issue 4Issue 5Issue 6
 
 
 
 

The first issue highlightes the work of artists and designers from New York's creative scene.
 
Contributors: Tiziano Magni, Eli KinceMario Hugo, Ron Keyson, Yuji Takenaka
Magazine Details: 32 x 23 inch, 88 pages, Ink on Newsprint
2000 copies
 
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NEWWORK MAGAZINE Issue 1 Cover
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The second issue explores the role of imagination in creative life: changing styles, changing minds, changing worlds.
 
Contributors: Norman Watson, Reona UedaTomokazu MatsuyamaAlex TrochutEric Guillemain, tvsion, Yoko Ono
Magazine Details: 32 x 23 inch, 88 pages, Ink on Newsprint
2000 copies

 
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NEWWORK MAGAZINE Issue 2 Cover
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The third issue comes face to face with... faces. In both the literal and abstract sense we explore how different designers and artists invoke the notion of the face in their work.
 
Contributors: Willi KunzWill DavidsonAkira KobayashiWayne LevinRuedi BaurBoogie
Magazine Details: 32 x 23 inch, 100 pages, Ink on Newsprint
2000 copies

 
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NEWWORK MAGAZINE Issue 3 Cover
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The fourth issue finds a range of artists and designers harnessing the power of contrast in its various forms to bring dimension, meaning and mystery to their work. Witness the juicy juxtaposition of graphic and narrative elements in the iconic imagery of photographer Albert Watson. Observe the synergy of classic swiss restraint and unbridled post-modern play in the typographic design of Wolfgang Weingart and the kinetic interplay of geometric and organic forms in the poster design of Bruno Monguzzi.

From the one-two punch of high contrast black-and-white forms in the photography of Julian Abram Wainwright and the drawings of Robert Longo, to the poetic tension between two and three dimensions in Werner Jeker’s enigmatic collages, this issue profiles artists who use dynamic dualisms to yield complex and elegant visual solutions.
 
Contributors: Albert WatsonWolfgang WeingartBruno Monguzzi, Julian Abram Wainwright, Robert LongoWerner Jeker
Magazine Details: 32 x 21.5 inch, 120 pages, Ink on Newsprint
2000 copies
Price: 17.00 USD

Purchase this issue online: STUDIO NEWWORK Online Store
 

 
 
NEWWORK MAGAZINE Issue 4 Cover
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The fifth issue finds a range of artists and designers exploring the concept of grace, infusing their very different work with a similar attunement to the ineffable, the elegant, the sublime. A survey of books from St. Gallen showcases three generations of book designers who have stayed true to their city’s heritage as the heart of Swiss book design while breaking new ground (and old rules) with playful use of asymmetry and unconventional typographic design. Grandfather to this vibrant multigenerational movement is Rudolf Hostettler, editor of Typografische Monatsblätter, who mentored Jost Hochuli, master typographer, graphic designer, and book designer. Hochuli, in turn, served as teacher to the founding members of the award-winning Swiss design team, TGG Hafen Senn Stieger and to Gaston Isoz, an accomplished book designer working out of Berlin. While each of these designers takes a unique aesthetic approach, they are united by a fascination with graceful creative solutions.
 
Joining the book designers in this issue is Jürgen Bergbauer, a German-born fine artist / photographer who obsessively photographs rocks, extracts them from their natural contexts, and places them into flat off-white spaces, producing studies that temper analytical beauty with radiant calm. Taka Mayumi, Japanese-born, Paris-based fashion photographer, produces a breathtaking fashion story of genderless beauty. And veteran photographer Lillian Bassman breathes new life into the “mad men”-era glamour she helped define with her iconic imagery and maverick darkroom techniques. As Bassman’s interview with NEWWORK reveals, her own inimitable grace flows from equal parts vision, spunk and timeless sex appeal.

Contributors: Rudolf Hostettler, Jost HochuliTGG Hafen Senn StiegerGaston IsozJürgen BergbauerTaka MayumiLillian Bassman
Magazine Details: 32 x 21.5 inch, 104 pages, Ink on Newsprint
2000 copies
Price: 17.00 USD
 
Purchase this issue online: STUDIO NEWWORK Online Store
 

 
 
NEWWORK MAGAZINE Issue 5 Cover
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The sixth issue finds a range of artists and designers embracing sensuous beauty, imparting pure and sincere spirits in their work. This issue profiles stimulating artists who excel in infusing their work with the warmth of a human touch. Helmut Schmid and Hans Rudolf Bosshard share typography designs, whose elegance shine through the purity of their styles. Christophe Kutner’s fahion story, “time”, is an anti-timeline of sorts; numbers incorporated in ensembles lend harmony and continuity throughout the anachronistic images. Pierre Neumann shares some of his most famous poster designs in his section entitled “90.5 X 128”, which comes from his standard poster size. His unexpected use of image and typography is stimulating and awakening, timeless and classic. We are in the moment with photographer René Burri whose stunning images quietly illustrate the history of the last half of the twentieth century, capturing the moments in our memories, history, and society dramatically, dynamically, breathlessly.

Contributors: Helmut SchmidHans Rudolf BosshardChristophe KutnerPierre NeumannRené Burri
Magazine Details: 32 x 21.5 inch, 104 pages, Ink on Newsprint
2000 copies
Price: 18.00 USD

Purchase this issue online: STUDIO NEWWORK Online Store
 

 
 
NEWWORK MAGAZINE Issue 6 Cover