Sydney creative agency Stop.Edit. has just released the latest issue of Stop.Edit.Paper. The unashamedly large, A1 format self-promotional zine, mixes artwork, design ideas and rationale from a selection of Stop.Edit.’s recent work along with short essays and reviews of local Sydney entertainment spots. Stop.Edit.Paper. showcases images from photographer Andrew Quilty’s recent book The Mexicans (published earlier this year by Stop.Edit) along with a tongue-in-cheek brand manifesto and a Stop.Edit. cloud that includes artists, designers, authors, musicians, practices and places that inspire the Stop.Edit. studio.
“At a time when broadsheets are shrinking and tabloids are being closed down, the Stop.Edit. story is being written large,” says Stop.Edit. founder and creative director Lee Liversedge. “We have big plans for Stop.Edit. and we think the size and impact of Stop.Edit.Paper. reflects this.”