Volume Eleven

Tjena Grabben! It's time for a new issue. A New Type of Imprint Vol. 11 is all about bright and summery colours and stories. The second chapter has crossed the border to the country famous for midsummer nights, IKEA, meatballs and Volvo (and blondes, according to thelocal.se). But how is Sweden's creative sphere? Is there any great design going on? 

YES, most definitely, and we’ve gathered our favourites in a chapter of 54 pages. The chapter is designed by Amanda Berglund and Erik Kirtley, who have interpreted Sweden in a gorgeously fresh and cheerful way! We are in love! The cover is shot by photographer Jeanette Hägglund, and you will of course see a lot more of her work in the issue. 

The rest of the magazine takes you all the way from Bergen to Tokyo and back again—telling stories about architecture, art and anything in between.

Volume Eleven was printed yesterday and will be in stores from mid July. You can pre-order it today to get it box fresh straight to your own mailbox.