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{Online Preview} Issue No. 17

by Anh-Minh on October 21, 2014

Anthology Magazine Issue No. 17 (Fall 2014)

It’s time for a new release of Anthology! We’ve been busy lately processing subscription and wholesale mailings for Issue No. 17/Fall 2014, which should be arriving in mailboxes and stores soon. Until then, we hope you enjoy this online preview—which highlights just a handful of the stories in the print magazine.

Please note that delivery times do vary by location, so it may take 1-3 weeks for subscription copies to arrive. If you placed your subscription order between July 1-September 30, it starts with Issue No. 17. If you ordered on/after October 1, it starts with Issue No. 18/Winter 2015. 

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{Off Shoots} Jill and Jason

by Anh-Minh on August 8, 2014

Anthology-Schulte-readingcornerI’ve been a fan of San Francisco-based creative studio Office for years now, without even knowing it. They’re responsible for lots of  cool design works that I’ve seen around, and just didn’t realize was theirs! (I especially love the posters and t-shirts they created for 826 Valencia.) So it was a real treat to meet the talented couple behind the firm: Jill Robertson and Jason Schulte. We’re featuring their home and family (they have three-year-old twin boys, Max and Leo) in our current issue, No. 16. There were actually several spaces in their gorgeous house that we weren’t able to include in the print magazine, but I knew I wanted to share as an “Off Shoots” post.

Also, can we talk about how cute the wall decals are in the boys’ room (shown below)? And yes, those are designed by Jill and Jason. In addition to running Office, they co-founded Wee Society, which specializes in children’s apps, art, stories, and characters. The decals are available through Art.com. My favorite Wee Society product, though, is probably these personalized alphabet prints. I saw the pair that Jill and Jason had in their home for Max and Leo, and immediately coveted them (with different names, of course).

I hope you enjoy these outtakes, and have a great weekend!

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{ Photos by Thayer Allyson Gowdy for Anthology Magazine }

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Anthology Issue No. 16 Cover

In yesterday’s post, I hinted at the imminent release of Issue No. 16—and, today, I’m pleased to report that the magazine has arrived from the printer. It will soon be making its way into subscribers’ mailboxes and be available through our stockists. In the meantime, we’re sharing an online sneak peek, which includes a sampling of the stories that you’ll find in our family-themed summer release. 

Please note that delivery times do vary by location, so it may take 1-3 weeks for subscription copies to arrive. If you placed your subscription order between April 1-June 30, it starts with Issue No. 16. If you ordered on/after July 1, it starts with Issue No. 17/Fall 2014. 

We hope you enjoy Issue No. 16!

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Anthology-Rossman-portrait-shop-platesAs soon as I read Joanna Rakoff’s article on Joanne Rossman, which is published in Issue No. 15, I wanted to meet her. I’m hoping that the next time I’m in the Boston area, I’ll have the pleasure of doing so, because she sounds amazing. And her Roslindale shop seems like the kind of place you could spend hours browsing in, wondering and inquiring about the provenance of the pieces Joanne stocks.

Issue No. 15 features images from Joanne’s home, taken by Seth Smoot. Often, when you have such a talented photographer capturing a beautiful interior, you end up with more pictures than you can fit on the print pages. So of course we had to share some of those additional, unpublished shots here on the blog. (Um, how great is her shoe collection?!)

Anthology-Rossman-bedAnthology-Rossman-shoe-collection Anthology-Rossman-umbrellas-glass-flowerAnthology-Rossman-cabinetAnd here’s a photo of her storefront, which will probably make you want to head to Roslindale right now. (Luckily, Joanne also has an online shop.)

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{ All photos by Seth Smoot for Anthology Magazine }

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Anthology-Tracy-Wilkinson-portraitI am so glad that photographer Laure Joliet suggested that we feature Tracy Wilkinson in Issue No. 15/Spring 2014 (our current release). Tracy is one super talented lady, and I pretty much love everything that she does: her pottery, her woven lighting, her apparel. When I interviewed her, I couldn’t help but be impressed—and inspired—by all of her creative pursuits. (She also happens to be the designer behind one of my favorite, but sadly now defunct, brands: Mon Petit Oiseau.)

You can read more about Tracy in Issue No. 15, but I wanted to share some of Laure’s outtakes from her afternoon with Tracy, so you can get a glimpse of her home and creative process. And don’t forget to check out the TW Workshop online store!

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{ Photos by Laure Joliet for Anthology Magazine }

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