Dead Slow magazine’s analogue love
Platon Poulas is one of the people behind Dead Slow, a strange new magazine concept that we have in the Stack shop at the moment. He and his co-founder Anunaya Rajhans describe themselves as producers rather than editors, and that reflects the unusual format of the magazine, which is presented as a vinyl record, complete with a cardboard sleeve and sides A and B.
In this conversation he explains the idea behind the vinyl references, and also his and Anunaya’s desire to create a piece of printed ephemera that celebrates other forms of physical media. As always, the best way to enjoy Dead Slow is by holding a copy yourself, so if this conversation leaves you wanting to see more, head over to the Stack shop and pick up a copy while we have them in stock.