“Field, which will be handed out for free at every home game in the top division, comes from the same team behind the celebrated Spiel magazine, which presented an interesting take on football, art and culture in a beautiful package. Field will have the same attention to looks, but will be focusing on the weekend’s action, with match previews for every game in the Premier League and features on players and tactics.”
via Selectism “When considering presentation, large format goes a long way in our office. While we absolutely love and appreciate the traditional and even small form periodicals, large format pulls back to a time when visuals mattered; when the view went beyond the screens. Consider the LP art to Compact Disc art – there is none.
The (great) minds behind Victory Journal not only understand format, but also how to pull together a collective of content that entices readers to explore and share the periodical. The Muhamaed Ali cover by itself makes it worthy of a placement on your coffee table and bookshelf. And while some of the content may be generated with brand in mind, the overall package is strong.
“The Greatest” is the theme for issue 4. Muhammad Ali with power and inspiration fills Victory Journal. Chadwick Tyler’s “Float Like a Butterfly” photo essay is a strong draw. Available online.”
The Green Soccer Journal Issue 4 — Autumn Winter 12/13 — The Power Issue
Release date: 13/09/12
Paolo Bandini presents an insightful profile of ALEXANDRE PATO while we give a unique view of a selection of PRE-SEASON fixtures. A re-work of the COS AW 12 collection is revealed through fictional FC ATHLETIC as the powers that be are dissected in a study of SKY SPORTS.
Wong Wong scarves, socks and trophies editorial in Sepp Magazine No. 6 for Euro 2012. Photography by Jeff Burton.
Wong Wong Best Dive Trophy in this weekend’s Suddeutsche Zeitung Magazine.
Photography by NEIL BEDFORD, Face paint by ISAMAYA FFRENCH and Styling by JOHN COLVER
via Selectism “Nothing beats physical print, especially when done as one-offs for major events. Take Paszport! – a new zine collaborative from the Rig Out boys and creative agency MotherLondon. The zine is a look at modern day football culture with contributions from some well known names in the examination of terrace culture including Ian Hough, author ofPerry Boys; and Phil Thornton, author of Casuals – a book that has left its mark with Selectism staff past and present.