Celebrating illustration, design and creative culture, WRAP is a publication that bridges the gap between being a magazine and a product. Bursting with interviews and features on an eclectic range of creative endeavours and characters, every issue also includes 10 original wrapping paper designs on five pull-out perforated sheets.
GBP 10.50 — Released 6 August 2012
Themed ‘Human Endeavours’, issue five features exclusive prints by illustrators from around the world including Katie Scott, Ed J Brown, Levi Jacobs and Sophie Alda, over five double-sided pull-out wrapping paper sheets.
As well as interviews with each contributing artist, issue five is jam-packed with features including a look at the popularity of paper art in illustration today, designer Dominic Wilcox’s Milan Design Week triumph, polar explorer Ben Saunders, ex Guardian columnist illustrator Paul Blow, and founder of London design boutique Folklore, Danielle Reid.
With a new smaller format than our previous issues, Wrap five is approx A4 size, bound together down the spine like a traditional magazine, and comes with five double-sided tear-out wrapping paper sheets. This makes Wrap easier to carry around and read, and also means readers can use the wrapping paper sheets whilst also keeping the magazine.