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  • 200 pages 
  • 16cm x 24cm 
  • Published in Sweden, 2018 

A New Type of Imprint is a magazine about design and creative culture. Founded in 2014 by Oslo based design studio ANTI, Volume Thirteen is the last printed edition of the title.


For their final issue, A New Type of Imprint set out to create a magazine that would make you forget your phone. In contrast to previous issues, this one is not a coffee table mag. It’s made to be used. Or even better: worn out.


Everything from the features to the format, the choice of paper to the layout, are all based on research, goal and function. The magazine can be torn into two halves with the help of the perforated line down the spine, separating the magazine into a small booklet of short and long reads on design, and a printed gallery of some of the finest visuals in the world.


In this issue:


  • Reclaiming creativity: the usefulness of useless inventions
  • Calling back the cult of the ugly: graphic brutalism
  • The hope of a condemned man: crash course on Joan Miró
  • Crash course on Finn Juhl’s Chieftain chair
  • Rebranding the Munch Museum
  • The original meme: the first fruit of France
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