Empty (magazine)

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Empty magazine
Editor Andrew Johnstone
Categories Design, Culture, Art
Frequency Bi-monthly
Publisher Design is Kinky
Total circulation 12,000
First issue 2004
Country  Australia
Language English
Website www.emptymag.com

Empty is a cult, Australian "creative" magazine, concerned largely with printed design work, photography, illustration and film, created for the professional creative community.

The magazine is published by Sydney-based Design is Kinky studio, curators of the Semi-Permanent design festival, a fixture in design culture's global landscape, which occurs annually in Australia.

The magazine acts largely as a gallery of artwork, both domestic and international. It also features cultural commentary and interviews with artists, animators, other magazines, and so on. Notable interviewees have included Mark Andrews, head of story on The Incredibles (cover story, issue 2, late-2004) and Dan Houser of Rockstar Games (issue 3, early-2005).

Empty was launched in April 2004 and is published somewhat arbitrarily, but usually occurs on a bi-monthly basis.

The magazine features little to no advertising whatsoever.

Current editor is Andrew Johnstone, creator of Empty and the above-mentioned Design is Kinky and Semi-Permanent.

The magazine enjoys newsstand distribution, but at this time is distributed only within Australia.

Staff[edit]

  • Editor Andrew Johnstone
  • Art Direction Design is Kinky Studio

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