Blanket Magazine uncovers art, design and photography from around the world. The latest Tweets from Blanket Magazine (@BlanketMagazine). Blanket Magazine uncovers artists, designers and photographers from around the world. Tweets by Bec Brown. Melbourne, Australia. I am weepy. 18th century Marseilles, we aren't French and we dodge the Plague. I am trapped in the wine cellar, you laugh at a game where people fall onto patches of grass. Our hair, luxurious, full of powder, slowly comes undone. Words like loins, feline, and sunshine are passed around, it is eagerness fulfilled.
29 Sep We've been hearing about the 'death of print' for years, and evey week it seems yet another magazines closes its pages for good and goes digital only. But here's a reversal of the trend: an online publication taking its first steps into print. Art director and editor-in-chief Bec Brown first launched the title as a. 23 Sep I've been a fan of the digital magazine Blanket for a while, and as much as I love its cutting-edge art and design coverage, every time I hear its name, I immediately think of Michael Jackson's son. So now my brain is flitting back and forth between those little children walking around a mall with carnival masks. Blanket is a biannual feminist magazine that focuses on different genres of entertainment in each issue. Writers criticize and analyze today's entertainment culture and industry through intersectional feminism.
Who needs an S.O.? Snuggle up with one of our super-soft plush blankets. Whether you're looking to add a splash of color to your bedding or for a laugh after a long day, our blankets take a night of Netflix to a new level. 22 Dec The awesome Blanket Magazine interviewed me for their Holiday Issue. Blanket is an online PDF magazine run by Bec Brown in Manchester, full of art, design, and photography, interviews, stories, crafts, and such. You can buy the latest issue on their website. Here's a peak at the layout of the interview. After a nomination period and a series of online voting rounds, Blankets for the Homeless was voted #2 in our region for the year. Special thanks to Coastal Virginia Magazine's publisher, Randy Thompson; editor and chief, Melissa Stewart; Creative Director, Dave Uhrin; Videographer, Chris Conway; and everyone.