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This is probably the most happy and colorful magazine ever. The bad news: it's for kids!
The magazine is striking happily and full of lovely illustrations and stories. The look is very different than other children magazines, bright colored and organic, avoiding patronising and over-saturating paedagogical correctness. It's simply fun!
On each issue Anorak collaborates with different illustrators around the globe making each edition surprising and different. Some stories are touching, some mystical, other are just non-sense. Overall it has a very creative and open minded magazine, making it to everybody's favorite publication.
Anorak "The Happy Mag For Kids" was founded by Cathy Olmedillas and Rob Lowe in London in 2007. It’s a quarterly publication aimed at children between five to nine years old... But it's no secret that a lot of its readers are a bit older than that.
Only within Switzerland
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Around 5 working days
4 times per year
22 x 26 cm
Around 80, colored
Oscar Ltd, London
Fensterfabrik is a work collective situated in a nostalgic window factory on the hills of Zurich, Switzerland. Every now and then we do hold exhibitions, theater plays, film shootings and sometimes even cooking lessons.
From the Zurich main station you can reach us taking the S10 train and get off at the station Schweighof. Then, walk down the street called Schweighofstrasse until you reach number 409.
There is also the tram number 14 in direction to Triemli. Go off at the station Schaufelbergerstrasse and walk up the street called Schweighofstrasse until you reach number 409.
8055 Zurich, Switzerland
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