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'''Dot Dot Dot''' is one of the last known graphic design-related magazines
  
one of the last known graphic design related magazines
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==Content==
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<blockquote>"Dot dot dot is an independent, after-hours, graphic design magazine intended to fill a gap in current arts publishing. We are not interested in re-promoting established material or creating another ‘portfolio’ magazine. Instead, we offer inventive critical journalism on a variety of topics related both directly and indirectly to graphic design. We hope to achieve this by inviting people to both write and design pieces about aspects of visual culture that occupy their thoughts."</blockquote>
"Dot dot dot is an independent, after-hours, graphic design magazine intended to fill a gap in current arts publishing. We are not interested in re-promoting established material or creating another ‘portfolio’ magazine. Instead, we offer inventive critical journalism on a variety of topics related both directly and indirectly to graphic design. We hope to achieve this by inviting people to both write and design pieces about aspects of visual culture that occupy their thoughts."
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==External links==
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*[http://www.dot-dot-dot.nl Official site]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_Dot_Dot_(magazine) Wikipedia entry]

Latest revision as of 02:13, 15 March 2011

Dot Dot Dot is one of the last known graphic design-related magazines

Content

From them:

"Dot dot dot is an independent, after-hours, graphic design magazine intended to fill a gap in current arts publishing. We are not interested in re-promoting established material or creating another ‘portfolio’ magazine. Instead, we offer inventive critical journalism on a variety of topics related both directly and indirectly to graphic design. We hope to achieve this by inviting people to both write and design pieces about aspects of visual culture that occupy their thoughts."

External links