The Year in Publishing 2014
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The best publishing projects of 2014 came in many formats and shapes and sizes, but they all share a dedication to highlighting a variety of original and essential voices. Here are a few of our favorites of the year.
The print debut of the beloved online journal, The Guernica Annual takes some the magazine’s best articles from 2014 and turns them into a lovely work of art. Find a copy here.
This book is Neil Taylor's loving examination of a particular time and place during which indie rock came into its own as a genre. It's available soon, but you can follow along on the project's Facebook page, where Taylor is sharing new finds.
Graphic designer and all-around fun Internet guy Adam J. Kurtz provides plenty of prompts--both practical and fantastical--to harness creativity everyday. We talked to him earlier this year, while the project was still going on, and you can now get it here.
The acclaimed Southern literary magazine heads over to Texas for its annual music issue.
Andy McMillan's design journal for the web, available in digital and gorgeous print editions.
New Yorker cartoonist and cover artist Mark Ulriksen draws a book full of canine companions that leap (and bark!) off the page.
A beautiful art publication that falls somewhere on the spectrum between a magazine and a book, Secret Behavior is “full of feelings, flesh, fucking and other normal things.”
The highbrow indie book publisher Coffee House Press goes delightfully lowbrow in this anthology about cats on the Internet, and why we love them. The book's not available yet, but we had to include it — partly because it's called Cat is Art Spelled Wrong.
A magazine that explores contemporary art from the perspective of Los Angeles culture. A must for West-Coast art lovers.
Finally, a magazine that treats television with the reverence it deserves! A super fun publication with an eye for lovely design.