23 March 2012
A few images from ‘Making Magazines 2012’ at St Bride Library on 16 March
We all had a great time at the sold-out ‘Making Magazines 2012’ conference, held at St Bride Library on Friday 16 March. Here are some images from the day.
Temporary magazine exhibition in the Salisbury Room.
Big headlines from Willy Fleckhaus and Twen.
Danny Miller (co-founder of Little White Lies and the Church of London).
A rare glimpse of renowned photographer Phil Sayer.
Russell Davies (Newspaper Club) shares a joke with magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie.
John L. Walters (Eye) improvises about the Wire.
The Eye stall. Thank you for visiting.
Martin Colyer on Esquire magazine.
The affable Andrew Diprose, art director of Wired UK and The Ride.
Elle creative director Marissa Bourke answers a tricky fashion question from Eye’s Simon Esterson.
Christoph Niemann (see ‘Storytelling giant’, Eye 72), whose animated illustrations are shown at the top of this blog post and below.
All photographs by Francis Hilario (except Salisbury room picture by Alex Ecob).
Steve Watson of Stack Magazines gives his thoughts on the event.
Neil at WeMakeMags: ‘everyone learned something on the day about making magazines.’
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