It’s Nice That 6

The sixth instalment of It’s Nice That looks to be a cracker and includes features on Lawrence Weiner, Marion Deuchars, Keith Haring and cover-star, George Lois

The sixth instalment of It’s Nice That looks to be a cracker and includes features on Lawrence Weiner, Marion Deuchars, Keith Haring and cover-star, George Lois…

Danish photographer Asger Carlsen and gallerist Kate MacGarry also feature in the issue, alongside a conversation piece between designer/artists Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard. INT now also runs to 140 ad-free pages, apparently, which can’t be bad for a cover price of £10.

Also inside, write INT, “Pennsylvania-based photographer and publisher Nicholas Gottlund shows us his studio and the process behind his publishing house, Gottlund Verlag; the Bafta winning animator Mikey Please talks about his love of imperfection; curator Virginia Whiles remembers the artist Shelagh Cluett, her work and her collection of international artefacts; David Bennewith writes about typographer Herbert Bayer and in particular his _Universal Alphabet_ design study; photographer Carl Kleiner gets the freedom of ten pages to present his brightly coloured exploration of the golden ratio; and finally, Columbian musician Chaz Bundick (aka Toro Y Moi) welcomes us into his family home.”

The Work section of issue six features Xavier Antin, Assemble, Romulo Celdran, Dallas Clayton, Quentin Dupieux, Encyclopedia Pictura, William Goldsmith, Anna-Wili Highfield, Ill Studio, Tom Phillips, Eske Rex, Brian Nuda Rosch, Travess Smalley, Stephan Tillmans, Studio Weave, Paul Wackers, Ann Woo and Federico Yankelevich.

Published on July 14, It’s Nice That 6 will be available from itsnicethat.com and various stockists. Designed by It’s Nice That in collaboration with Joseph Burrin. Printed by Push. A Flickr set documents the entire production process of the issue, here.

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