Stack at home: Accent, July 2017

by Grace Wang in August 2017
Art & designLGBTQI+PhotographyWeird

We’d been looking forward to sending out Accent magazine on Stack, because the people and causes they champion are exactly what we look for in a publication. Celebrating the ‘eccentrics’ around us — everyday people who live lives outside of the ordinary — their third issue did not disappoint. Take the introduction to Rana Abdelhamid: an activist from Astoria, Queens, she responded to an act of violence, when a man forcibly tried to remove her hijab, by starting the non-profit organisation Women’s Initiative for Self Empowerment (WISE), which trains young Muslim women in self-defence.

Judging by the positive comments sent to us from subscribers around the world, Accent’s narratives inspired more than just us. You can see all of their feedback on our Pinterest board, and scroll down to view our highlights. The best comment also wins a Stack t-shirt, and it’s a good one this time…

6. Freebies from It’s Nice That
Inside the brown Stack envelopes subscribers will often find small giveaways we’ve worked with our friends to bring to them, like last month’s Lecture in Progress printout with the motivation we need…

5. Latest arrival
Our friends at Freunde von Freunden, the online platform championing a creative network in design, shows off their July delivery…

Flicking through the latest arrival from @stackmagazines at the FvF HQ! You can find plenty of stories that celebrate independent publishing over on fvonf.com

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4. Glow-in-the-dark cover lines
Accent’s inventive graphic design has gotten a lot of praise — just check those silver cover lines bouncing off Vicky’s TV…

Those silver cover lines, glow in the light if the tv @accent_magazine #gendergifted #accentmagazine #independentmagazine latest delivery from @stackmagazines

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3. What is it like to be a dominatrix?
See Holly’s favourite stories from the issue, of people who unabashedly flaunt their unique identities.

How to be a dad, what it’s like to be a dominatrix and a lesbian lonely hearts column – I love everything about this months @stackmagazines delivery, @accent_magazine

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2. Typographic success
Jen shows a slideshow of spreads inside the magazine. We’re pretty obsessed with Accent’s brilliant typography in this issue.

Nice things to come home from holiday to. #print #newspaper #newsprint #foil #magazine #stackmagazines #printsnotdead @stackmagazines @accent_magazine @itsnicethat @lectureinprogress @anthonyburrill @studiomakgill

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1. Laundry Day
The creative Jordan is our winner for July! We’ve never seen a magazine look so good on the washing line, so a Stack t-shirt is on its way to you…

Loving this months publication from @stackmagazines ⭐️ @accent_magazine (don’t judge me for the first pic I’m trying to win a free t-shirt)

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