Packed with novel ways of presenting a story, Still was the innovative photography and literature magazine we sent out last month. Published between Berlin and New York (there’s also a German version), it showcases new and experimental forms of narrative construction.
Designer Maximilian Mauracher flexes his pared-back style for the issue, with a cover of loose leaf pages gracefully colliding with one another — a black and white echo of the magazine’s affinity for print and paper. In a similarly no frills manner, the typography sees two subtly different variations of the same font family by the Swiss design practice Dinamo.
Inside, unconfined poetry dances across the page, while intriguing photography seizes your attention between non fiction and fiction pieces. This is a truly beautiful and cutting edge showcase of editorial proficiency — see it for yourself in our video review below, and sign up to our monthly magazine subscription to receive our latest obsessions straight to your letterbox.