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Big Issue Magazine 1126 October Unleash your Inner Ozzy with this edition of The Big Issue Magazine.


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You don't know! <- you know nothing! (Jon snow)

You don't know! <- you know nothing! (Jon snow)

Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin (Munich, Allemagne / Germany)

Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin (Munich, Allemagne / Germany)

Seriously. I am reading 3 books right now. It's a bit ridiculous, I know, but I choose my books as I choose my music...It all depends on what mood I'm in.

[Picture: Background — a six piece pie style colour split, alternating black and grey. Foreground — a picture of an armadillo. Top text: “ [Procrastinate reading one book] ” Bottom text: “ [by reading.

a perfect world...So this happened at B & N today....#benedictcumberbatch#martinfreeman http://campl.us/nLyo

I discovered Martin Freeman as The Hobbit shortly before I discovered Sherlock. And then I found out that in the next 2 Hobbit movies, Benedict is playing Smaug, the Dragon. I think he was designed to appeal to nerds like me.

Ads of the Week | Oreo Cookies | 100th Birthday Poster Campaign

Ads of the Week: Oreo Cookies

Flipping through Adweek at work, I came across some really clever ads to celebrate Oreo's 100 Birthday! The idea of the ads is to pull out events in history from the past 100 years, and incorporate the Oreo brand in them.

NOTION_ARIANA Ariana Grande is the cover of Notion this month. Coming out on November 1st (this Friday!

Ariana to spill beans on Nathan Sykes relationship

Love this newsy cover about Scotland and the UK: cover The Big Issue Art direction Scott Maclean Editor Paul McNamee Great mag concept; “The Big Issue was set up in 1991 to provide homeless and vulnerably housed people with the opportunity to earn a...

Issue Sep Days after Scotland voted against independence, we ask: What’s next? We asked a series of thinkers, including James Meek, Phillip Blond and John Lanchester, to map out how Britain needs to progress from here.