A grown-up magazine from the folks who make excellent kids publication Anorak. If you ever get a chance to pick up the children’s version do, it’s a great piece of eye-popping design. The adult version keeps that same sense of fun which is what will set it apart from it’s rather more serious minded competitors. In terms of content it jumps from subject to subject; history, comics strips, food, poetry, fiction…what draws it all together is a sense of humour and a strong aesthetic which manages to be playful rather than silly. A cheerful, well-written read for anyone looking for something a bit different.