Dot Dot Dot

Dot dot dot is a biannual, self- published, after-hours magazine, originally centred around graphic design, later broadening in scope to interdisciplinary journalism on subjects that affect the way we look at the world, how we think about and make design. Acclaimed for its witty writing about the past, present and future of visual culture and imaginative design, DDD matured into a jocuserious journal based on true stories, with subjects ranging from art design to music, to language, to literature, to architecture. Published, edited and designed by Peter Biľak and Stuart Bailey.

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