Monday, August 3, 2009

Mark Lyndersay: The best local arts magazine you've never seen

The notion came to Richard Rawlins while he was on a flight to St Petersburg, Florida. He was talking to colleague Marlon Darbeau about life in advertising when he realised that young designers weren't having nearly as much fun as he did when he started in the field. So he created a magazine that would become a playground for a new generation of artists, writers and designers working in advertising in Trinidad and Tobago. "Personal work is a powerful part of the creative process," Rawlins said. "The magazine was a way of bringing people in the industry together to do projects."
Read the full article here.

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