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To be overwhelmed by ecstatic joy, a state of ecstasy or rapture. 

Nice Magazines

Kate O'Connor


I don't think there is ANYTHING that I love more than reading a good magazine to fill my heart with inspiration. If you're looking for me on the weekends, you'll find me by the beach with one of my faves, or by the fire in Winter. I am inspired by people, thoughts, design, stories and art-direction. In a world that wants us all to believe that print is dead, I for one will never stop buying mags – seeing real print on beautiful paper (that you can feel, smell and keep!) makes me so truly happy. 

No. 1
FRANKIE is a magazine that has truly stood the test of time. For DIY's, fashion, design, brilliant copywriting and beautiful stories with amazing people, you just can't go past Frankie. The writers have a knack of speaking directly to you, and the magazine feels like an old friend (quirky, Australian, creative, genuine and passionate) that will always be there for you.
Frankie Magazine

No. 2
DUMBO FEATHER is a must for story-telling and inspirational human beings that have stories, lives and passions outside the expected. Their interviews are insightful, thought-provoking and uplifting. They describe their work as having "conversations with extraordinary people". And the paper stock smells pretty damn fine too. 
Dumbo Feather
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No. 3. 
FLOW's tagline reads as such: "celebrates creativity, imperfection, and life's little pleasures". What a happy little mission statement. And all of the typography, art-direction and illustrative style is JUST that: happy! 
Flow Magazine
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No. 4.
THE GENTLE WOMAN is confident, stylish, and deliciously art-directed with a fashion edge & a strength in typography that is easily recognised and memorable. With features on celebs like Adele, Beyonce, Angela Lansbury, and Sophia Coppola; it celebrates the femininity, strength and uniqueness of all women. 
The Gentle woman