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The Guardian (London) for June 2, 2015, via Today’s Front Pages | Newseum #newsdesign #newspapers

The Guardian (London) for June 2, 2015, via Today’s Front Pages | Newseum #newsdesign #newspapers

David Bowie Mourned On Newspaper Front Pages Around The World

David Bowie Mourned On Newspaper Front Pages Around The World

I took this walk, to ease my mind. To find out what's gnawing at me. I couldn't stay at home. I had to go, although I knew it would make me feel worse. I just had to go. I need to contextualise. This is a blog post about the death of David Bowie. But it…

It's Nice That | How a print mag’s front page retains its power in a digital age

It's Nice That | How a print mag’s front page retains its power in a digital age

Man uses front cover of British magazine to propose to girlfriend http://ift.tt/1ObxRvh  LONDON  Have you ever thought about being getting proposed to? Sharing that special moment with every reader of the Observer Magazine probably wasnt the first thing that came to mind  But for James Greig that was the perfect way to ask his girlfriend Katie Moore to marry him.  According to the Guardian the very public gesture which coincided with Valentines Day is the magazines first proposal cover.  See…

Man uses front cover of British magazine to propose to girlfriend http://ift.tt/1ObxRvh LONDON Have you ever thought about being getting proposed to? Sharing that special moment with every reader of the Observer Magazine probably wasnt the first thing that came to mind But for James Greig that was the perfect way to ask his girlfriend Katie Moore to marry him. According to the Guardian the very public gesture which coincided with Valentines Day is the magazines first proposal cover. See…

Nelson Mandela's death: the newspaper front pages – in pictures

Nelson Mandela's death: the newspaper front pages – in pictures

Artist Kadir Nelson who painted the New Yorker cover of young Nelson Mandela said that creating Nelson's portraint maid him feel "empowered and proud like the man himself." That's how seeing the cover makes us feel. As do Mandela's empowering words.

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