A publication brings history to life by providing a unique lens on analog aesthetics.

Vintage Magazine developed a reputation for being a “portable museum” for the careful way each page is showcased. The magazine capitalizes on readers’ appetite for tactile experiences; In fact many of the pages have features that push the boundaries of what can be done within the magazine context by using elaborate pop-ups, die cuts, folds, flaps, illustrations, and photographs all working in concert to bring the story to life in surprising way.

We became interested in interviewing Vintage Magazine’s founder Ivy Baer Sherman for the way her publication provides a space for writers to focus on the historical dynamics of fashion, interior design, food, travel, music and beyond.

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