Yes, that was actually wire...you can stop laughing now. :)
By looking at the past, we're able to examine our future in a much more informed light. By stepping away from the print publication and into the world, it gives us a new kind of freedom of expression that is not bound by cost or print deadlines.
But we have to give the magazine some merit. It taught us a lot about what to do and what not to do, and it was fun to work on and be a part of. So we're using the magazine to serve as the baseline-- the ideology and mission still stands, but we're able to bring more of who we are to the table and less of what was expected of us. If you would like to visit our roots, you can download a free pdf copy of the first paper + wire magazine
or read it (also free)
This week, we will be...
...looking at 1960's Japan's fashion influence and maps
...taking a walk on the wild side with Ally and the Wild Ones
....reviewing a band that has hands-down the best name ever
...seeing amazing rooms for kiddos, dynamic interiors, and fantastic parties
...discovering the feels, take a road through the ruins, and into oblivion
...find out ten reasons that we're "doing it wrong" according to Maddie
And this Tuesday, we will be releasing a free set of Photoshop CC Actions for you to enjoy!