Tyler Brûlé on the future of print publishing
How in the name of God does Tyler Brûlé do it? Aside from publishing Monocle, a News and General Interest magazine that is easily one of the most creative and well-produced publications of the past ten or twenty years, his byline seems to pop up almost everywhere I look.
I occasionally forget to read his always well argued weekly column about travel and global ideas in the International Herald-Tribune, but no worries there: It’s archived on the IHT’s website, which I tend to find a bit crisper and easier to read than the broadsheet itself. (TB’s Fast Lane column is sadly no longer a part of the Financial Times’ weekend edition, but it too can be accessed online.)
- Here’s TB in today’s Independent (UK), with a refreshing take on the print-is-dead mantra.
- Winkreative is a design and ad agency featuring TB as one of its biggest stars and brightest minds.
- Monocle‘s seventh issue is on discriminating newsstands now.