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Dirty Furniture

When design leaves the showroom


Issue Three Available for Pre-order!

Order now and be the first to receive issue three of Dirty Furniture – on the theme of the toilet – in September this year.


Shit Work in Milan

We rocked up at Milan furniture fair, on the kind invitation of The Shit Museum, with a micro exhibition celebrating those that work with shit – in anticipation of the next issue of Dirty Furniture – Toilet. You can read more about The Shit Museum’s fantastic work – and its award winning exhibition in Milan – here. More


We’re in Gothenburg!

Telling the university’s design students about our unusual take on design criticism, as part of the school’s spring Making/Narratives lecture series. See who’s up next here.


Dirty Christmas Wrapping!

Give the gift of Dirty Furniture magazine for Christmas; or better still, buy your loved one a subscription to the whole set. All December orders dispatched with Dirty Christmas Wrapping (includes free tote bag).


Dirty Furniture Research Sprint

How better to begin that final BA dissertation than with a one-week, intensive research sprint led by Dirty Furniture? This week, this is exactly what we’re doing. Final year product design students at Central Saint Martins are about to begin that most daunting of tasks. Presentation on Friday!



Super Talk

We joined Eye magazine and Fiera at Tent London during the city’s design festival to discuss independent publishing and the new breed of design magazines.


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