When Quartz was established in 2012, print wasn’t on the agenda. Aspiring to be a digitally native news outlet, the website was designed first and foremost to be consumed on smartphones. But fast forward to 2017 and Quartz has marked its fifth birthday with the release of its first book: ‘The Objects that Power the Global Economy’
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‘Vanguards’ is a project by Hugo Ross and James Roberts, two graduates of Edinburgh College of Art. A couple of years ago the sheer quality of a jumper they ordered from the Shetland Islands inspired them to set up a magazine vaunting brands that prioritise quality and contribute to their community.
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