Brownbook Magazine – Issue 22
Dubai-based Brownbook Magazine celebrates the 22nd issue of their “urban guide to the Middle East” with a focus on North Africa-all done up in their recently-debuted redesign.
The fresh look includes a new Arabic-inspired font that blends seamlessly with text (primarily in English) for a magazine with a style as worldly as the stories it features.
Highlights from the new issue include a profile of emerging French-Moroccan designer Younes Duret, an in-depth piece on the architects changing Tehran’s urban landscape, a look at A.P.C.’s Jean Touitou’s experience of growing up Jewish in Tunisia, and a tour of Morocco by artist Hassan Hajjaj (whose work also graces the cover).
We definitely approve – it reminds is somewhat of one of our regular reads, Tyler Brule’s – Monocle.
Read the original blog post here on Cool Hunting.