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Dirty Furniture

When design leaves the showroom


Issue Two Launches!

Woop! We’re incredibly proud and excited to announce that issue two of Dirty Furniture has launched! We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed making it.



Sampler (Stack’s latest brainchild) picks a different magazine every Thursday and sells a hundred of them at a discounted price for a week. We were first up! And sold out in the first day. That felt good! See who’s next up here.



Nicer Tuesdays

We joined Dazed and Confused Editor Tim Noakes and Port's David Hellqvist to talk magazines with the brilliant It's Nice That folk, at their Nicer Tuesdays event. They rocked up with video cameras - so if you weren't there, you can watch it here. More

How to launch an independent magazine masterclass


Guardian Masterclasses: How to launch an independent magazine

Led by Stack founder Steve Watson, Dirty Furniture will join a host of editors and publishers for a Masterclass on how to go about making – and sustaining – an independent magazine. The class takes place on the 21st of March, and you can book a ticket here



Dirty Furniture at the Victoria & Albert Museum

Editors Anna Bates and Lizzie Glickfeld chaired a panel discussion on Making Issue Two: Crowdfunding and Independent Publishing in the V&A’s library, as part of the museum’s Friday Late Crowdfunding themed event.



Best New Magazine Finalists

The Dirty Furniture team is thrilled to be announced a finalist for Magpile’s #BestNewMag2014 award - and in such strong company! More


New Dirty Furniture Stockists

Great news if you're hoping to find a copy of Dirty Furniture in the wild, as stock has started arriving in stores across the UK and further afield. More


Dirty Furniture at Printout

We’ve been invited to speak at Jeremy Leslie and Steve Watson’s Printout ‘Magazines of the Year’ event at the Book Club in Shoreditch on the 25th November. We’re super excited to be presented in the ‘Launch of the Year’ category! Tickets are available here


Dirty Furniture at the Royal College of Art

We joined The White Review for a round table discussion on design publishing and editing with the Royal College of Art’s Critical Writing in Art and Design course.