We love our coffee breaks when the latest issue of Uppercase magazine drops on the door mat.
This excellent Magazine is a quarterly craft, fashion, illustration, and design journal published by Janine Vangool in Calgary Canada. The first issue was released in June 2009.
In the current issue no. 20 the main theme throughout is “broadcasting”. Janine’s broad interpretation of this term includes the sharing of ideas graphically and publicly through posters, social media and public art and also encompasses amateur radio, graphic novels and collecting vintage advertising posters. To round out the issue, haberdashery, hat making and a love of sewing notions is a pretty and crafty thread of content throughout.
For the UK readers the article on haberdashery in this issue is about our very own Andrew Hirst and his unique emporium of vintage trims and treasures in Hastings called Wayward.
Uppercase can be purchased on subscription at uppercasemagazine.com/subscribe
or at selected stockists – uppercasemagazine.com/stockists
An eagle-eyed fan found her copy at the V & A shop.
What’s your favourite magazine?