I think that the common theme between them is that they are not only beautiful, but wonderful reads as well.
What made me pick up Teller was the cover, and the words; "A magazine of stories." Atlas got purchased because there was a beautiful, old postcard inside as a gift (I'm a sucker for those kind of things). And then on further inspection, I was just completely sold, no freebies needed to persuade me!
Flamingo is the smaller in format of the four. I usually like the magazines I read to be a bit bigger, but I really enjoyed going through this issue; "the future craft issue." Very interesting short, articles.
In the case of Printed Pages, the third page was enough to get me interested; Letters of Note, by Shaun Usher. Now I think I'm going to have to buy that book. I love letters, even if they are not directed privately to me. And then there was an article on Sagmeister & Walsh, and I couldn't resist. After all, I heard him talk here.
|This was the postcard included in the Atlas magazine.|
P.S: The winner of the giveaway is ………. Mamamut!!!! There were 40 entries minus 4 because some forgot to write their email.
Thank you all you participated and shared with me what you're most thankful for!! I loved reading each comment.