Catch of the day
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13 January 2018
Grab your tackle and steady your rod: we cast our net out into the wide world of fishing with a magazine celebrating the angling lifestyle. Plus: ‘The New York Times’ releases a regular kids section and we meet one of the best art-book designers in the business.
13 January 2018
As executive editor for design and pop culture at German art-book publisher Taschen, Wiedemann knows more than most about the printed page. He tells us what he’s up to and browses a few of his favourite titles on the newsstand.
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A fishing magazine that eschews, in its own words, ‘the incessant barrage of tackle and tactics’ that characterises most titles on the topic. Instead it focuses on long-form articles illustrating the richness of the angling lifestyle.
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