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Field Study faves for a modern Spring

The new issue of Modern in Denver is out! Actually, it’s been out for a month. I’m just now getting around to posting this.

With this issue, I’m now the Projects Editor with the goal of helping increase the publication’s readership. I decided to take on this task because I’m always stunned (and delighted) to see how many articles, great photos and inspiring design are packed in each issue. Plus, if you knew the behind-the-scenes story like I do, you’d find out that there is a very, very small staff that puts this out, plus the daily updates online, the local events and, well, getting advertisers to support the mag.

If you don’t know much about the magazine or you want to subscribe, check it out online. Of course, you can always email me too with questions, ideas, pitches or request a sample issue.

But back to the Spring issue. I once again tackled “Field Study,” our usual round-up of nicely designed products. My favorites: Peel light from Naoki Ono and Yuuki Yamamoto, The Belmont from Revolution Design and The Ledge from Urbancase. But take a look yourself: Modern In Denver: Field Study Spring 2013.

The Belmont by Revolution Design

Pick it up at your local (Denver-area) shops:  Tattered Cover Bookstores, Barnes and Noble Bookstores, Select Whole Foods Markets, Select Sprouts Markets, Select Vitamin Cottage Stores, Mod Livin, Mod Mood, Mid Mod Mall, Denver Art Museum, I Heart Denver Store, Kirkland Museum. Or subscribe online. Thanks!

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