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What’s the Buzz of Canadian Design? Wayward Arts Magazine!

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 5 W’s WITH WAYWARD ARTS

The Unpredictable Periodical 

Each month we offer the 5ws column to bring focus to suppliers, printers, specialty finishers and clients whose products, performance and community involvement deserve inspection and commendation.  This month we caught up with Flash Reproductions and Wayward Arts Magazine of Toronto.

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Who & Where

Flash Reproductions of Toronto, Canada is a printer that has been a mainstay of Toronto’s printing landscape since 1969. They pride themselves on exceeding the printing expectations of countless clients, from small design firms to large companies. With over 40 years of experience, award-winning expertise and sophisticated technology they provide superior service and impressive results. They invited design firm Hambly & Woolley to design this issue of Wayward Arts.

What

Wayward Arts Magazine 2013 Studio Series is a unique monthly magazine published by Flash Reproductions. Each issue is created by a different Canadian graphic design studio, making every printing unique and collectible. Designers are given full control of the size and format as well as free rein regarding the design, making it unpredictable, yet truly unique. The theme for the 2013 series is “Community,” and this fourth issue, shown here, is an intriguing exploration of the community of bees designed by Hambly & Woolley, offering a new way share the buzz in Canada.

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When

The magazine began as an annual publication and changed to monthly in 2013.

Why

Wayward Arts Magazine gives designers an opportunity to create something unique, something that is truly theirs, with unfettered freedom to design.

 

Production Notes

Paper:  Neenah Paper EAMES™ Paper Architecture finish, CLASSIC CREST® Papers Stipple and Eggshell finishes.

Neenah Sales Representative:  Ellen Shook

Contact:  Derek Emerson, Director of Sales and Marketing

Link: http://www.flashreproductions.com

If you’re interested in learning more about the stars of this publication, visit www.hamblywoolley.com/beeswax for more info and compelling videos.

 

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    […] July 2013 Against the Grain featured Flash Reproductions of Toronto and a particular issue of Wayward Arts […]

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    Is the bee issue still available to purchase?

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    Matt Porter said:

    Contact the printer mentioned in the feature, Susan. I bet they still have copies. Beautiful design.