Anorak

Vol. 41 // The Party Issue

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This edition marks our 10th anniversary in Independent Magazine Land!

So it was only fitting that we should explore the theme of PARTY in this super extra special issue of our Happy Mag for Kids.

This fancy pants new edition comes complete with three different covers from three different artists and a Play section in a gatefold!

It explores the history of birthday traditions as well as showcases weird and wonderful festivals around the world. It carries beautifully illustrated stories about a tree made of wellies, a champion of ping pong and tons more!

For this super extra special edition, we commissioned not one but THREE artists to do our cover. The beautiful lion is by our friends Studio Tipi. The goofy outdoors party scene is by the amazing Anouk Ricard. The fun toy party cake is by the equally fun Adam Graff. 

Dimensions: H26 x L21 x W0,5 cms

About Anorak: The Anorak Press is an independent kids publishing house established in 2006 by Cathy Olmedillas, formerly of 90s lifestyle bibles The Face and Sleazenation. It publishes Anorak Magazine and DOT four times a year. Both titles are unisex and sold all around the world in kids boutiques, museum shops and newsagents.
Anorak Magazine, the ‘happy mag for kids’ is aimed at boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 years old. DOT is aimed at the pre-schoolers.
Anorak is very proud of producing  printed magazines on REAL(recycled) paper with REAL (vegetable) ink. It makes them smell nice and it is at the heart of the commitment to provide kids with a calm, immersive, fun piece of culture.
Unlike magazines of today, neither of the publications are throw away titles. Just like much loved children’s magazines and annuals of the past they are  designed to be collected, kept, handed down and revisited.
The Anorak Press' main philosophy is to encourage children to tap into their imagination, use their creativity to learn and is here to amplify their voices. It has at the core of its offering a passion for words and images that challenge and stimulate.