NICE Magazine: Issue 5

The latest NICE Magazine is out and available for download!  For this issue we have chosen “Forks & Knives” as our theme and it’s all about food. Expect an aesthetic mix of design, illustration, advertising, art and publishing that celebrates food, cooking and eating in all its forms.

Follow these instructions to get your hands on one, it’s cool and free!

  • Download either a PDF version or a WWF non-printable version. It’s as easy as pie. The WWF version is better because you’ll be saving the environment. Ten points for you.
  • If you are not interested in taking the time to download. Read the magazine online here.

So what do we have on the menu for this issue? We profile American photographer Michael Muller who gives us an intimate portrayal of his creative process and his daily life. Our favourite food bloggers share recipes that are a delight to look at and even better to eat.  We showcase some really beautiful ceramics from Reiko Kaneko, as well as textile, ceramic and paper works from multi-talented illustration duo Zosienka & Rosie. We explore alternative dining experiences with our profiles on Sometimes Dining and Simply Saffron. Glasfurd & Walker show us how it’s done with their beautiful restaurant design and Kelli Anderson makes a difference with her design for a solar-powered popsicle truck. We also have some sterling design for you to feast our eyes on from Aïssa Logerot, Yii, Ben Johnston and Studiomama. Our “Best in Show: Food Edition” rounds up the tastiest grub (in our humble opinion) available in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Our features of illustrators Lina Forsgren, Amy Borrell and Ed Nacional also add some creative flair to our culinary line-up. So what are you waiting for? Download it now!








Published by Cath

Catherine is Nicework’s resident wordsmith/copywriter. She studied at the University of Witwatersrand, where she majored in History of Art and English. She went on to complete her honours in English literature. She likes men with beards, cheese and drawing (not necessarily in that order).

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