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02 May, 2009

London Life in CR June

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Tony Bennett illustrated by a young Ian Dury for London Life, 1965

After David Hillman’s recent D&AD President’s Lecture, the main topic of conversation was not Nova or The Guardian, but a magazine that lasted just 18 months and went out of business over 40 years ago. London Life was put together by a dream team of the top editorial talent of the day including Duffy, Terence Donovan, Gerald Scarfe, David Puttnam as managing editor and a young jobbing illustrator called Ian Dury (yes, that one). CR’s next Monograph will feature 16 spreads and covers from this rare magazine

Monograph is our free publication for subscribers. Each month it features a collection of inspiring work or personal project. In the June issue, Monograph will be dedicated to London Life (there will also be a feature on the magazine in the issue).


Another Dury illustration


Vidal Sassoon and Emanuel Ungaro, shot by Duffy, 1965

If you’d like to make sure to get a free copy of the London Life Monograph, please call our subscriptions department on +44 (0)20 7292 3703 or click here


CR Monograph – it’s free you know…

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