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032c
032c (magazine) Summer 2010 cover.jpg
Summer 2010 cover
FounderJoerg Koch, Sandra von Mayer-Myrtenhain
Year founded2001
CountryGermany
Based inBerlin
LanguageEnglish
Website032c.com
ISSN1611-3535

032c magazine is a bi-annual, English-language contemporary culture magazine that covers art, fashion, and politics. It was founded in 2001 by Joerg Koch and is published in Berlin.[1]

History

The magazine was founded in Berlin in 2001 by Joerg Koch, a freelance journalist who had previously run a gallery, and Sandra von Mayer-Myrtenhain[citation needed]. It was originally created as a way to win attention for the domain 032c.com.[2] The original cover featured a giant red square, a reference to the bold color in the Pantone Matching System for which the publication is named.[2]

Reception

032c has received acclaim for its design and was awarded one of Germany's Lead Awards for National Visual Lead Magazine in 2006[citation needed]. The magazine's new design layout in 2007 became a hotly debated issue in the fashion and media world.[3] 032c was awarded the German media award Lead Magazine of the Year in 2008[citation needed]. Its fashion editorials have been awarded Lead Mood and Fashion Photography awards in 2014 and 2015[citation needed].

References

  1. ^ Toofanian, Rana (23 May 2011). "The Creative Establishment: Joerg Koch". Industrie. Archived from the original on 15 May 2014. Retrieved 14 May 2014.
  2. ^ a b Tzortzis, Andreas (20 August 2007). "A new breed of fashion magazines comes into vogue". The New York Times. Retrieved 14 May 2014.
  3. ^ Alice Rawsthorn (9 March 2008). "Mag Hags". The New York Times. Retrieved 18 March 2008.

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