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Daily Overview presents one satellite photograph per day, “cropped with an artistic eye, highlighting the places where humans have most impacted the landscape.”

Incredible illustrated Deliverance poster by Bill Gold.

Incredible illustrated Deliverance poster by Bill Gold.

When the sprawling Randall Park Mall opened near Cleveland in 1976, it was briefly the largest mall in the world, and developers touted it as a symbol of the good life in suburbia. The small town where it was located added two shopping bags to its municipal seal in homage. This year, after decades of decline, it’s being torn down.

Photographer Seph Lawless documented the abandoned mall, along with another nearby shopping center also scheduled for demolition, in a new book called Black Friday. Via. 

If you are running a company right now, the amount of ‘Side Projects’ that are being worked on will tell you how successful you will be in the future.

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Undoubtedly cementing his status as a “cool dad”, Lance Underwood recreates music album covers by photoshopping his sons into them. Dressed in similar clothes and placed in familiar poses, the boys not only have great fun with their father’s creativity, but also accumulate a set of awesome childhood photographs.

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The Magpile Store is getting a refresh next month, complete with a new typeface and brand colour.
The idea is to build the Store into a bustling marketplace where readers can find a wider range of international titles, as well as offering publishers a better online store and hopefully bringing publishers over to our little clan from generic selling platforms like BigCartel and Shopify. The completely new design and branding plus improved selling tools and the tight tie-in with Magpile’s huge archive (now 10,000 issues strong) will solidify the Magpile Store as the best place for publishers to sell their magazines online.


Radness.

magpile:

The Magpile Store is getting a refresh next month, complete with a new typeface and brand colour.

The idea is to build the Store into a bustling marketplace where readers can find a wider range of international titles, as well as offering publishers a better online store and hopefully bringing publishers over to our little clan from generic selling platforms like BigCartel and Shopify. The completely new design and branding plus improved selling tools and the tight tie-in with Magpile’s huge archive (now 10,000 issues strong) will solidify the Magpile Store as the best place for publishers to sell their magazines online.

Radness.