AP #3: print edition out now!

In case you missed our recent print issue #3 shindig at The Good Copy (the above snap shows our young mascot messing with our visual merchandising on the night), fear not! We’ve dropped some glorious, printed stacks around Melbourne, with more interstate (and a few international) stockists to follow. Themed ‘Communal Culture’, issue #3 features profiles, interviews and conversations with NORD Architects Copenhagen (DK), Natalie Jeremijenko (AUS/US), CUCULA (GER), Keiji Ashizawa (JPN), Anthony Powell (NZ), Clare Cousins (AUS), Tsubasa Kato (JPN), Julia Busuttil Nishimura (AUS) and many more. Make sure you pick up your free copy from one of the fine establishments listed below, or get in touch to supply a self-addressed envelope if you’d like us to post you a snail mail copy.


The Good Copy
Third Drawer Down
Readings (Carlton, Malvern, Hawthorn, St Kilda, State Library)
Mr Kitly
Incu (QV Womens and Mens)
Incu (Flinders Lane)
Alpha60 (Fitzroy, Flinders Lane)
Aesop (South Yarra, Fitzroy)


Grey Gardens
BUS Projects
Centre for Contemporary Photography
Gertrude Contemporary
NGV International

Universities & Cultural institutions

Melbourne School of Design
RMIT Design Hub
MUMA Monash University
MADA Monash
Robin Boyd Foundation


Mixed Business

Original image: Ida at the launch by Max Olijnyck.

Where: Melbourne

When: Now, until the stacks run out!

How much: Free!


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