Reference is a limited edition independent magazine focused on the exploration of home design in recent history. The magazine, with a very particular design, with spiral, rigid box and a "hole" in the corner, comes from New York and was conceived by Benjamin Barrol, former founder of All-In magazine.
Reference wants to highlight the different approaches to the subject and does so by talking to us about design and art at 360 °: ranging from the legendary Polly Pocket, the dream and delight of every child of the 90s, to Super Studio, 12 plates of paintings by Ken Price (glued one by one in the magazine), an essay by Joan Didion, a 4-page leaflet of Stonehenge and much more.
Collaborators include Joan Didion, Takashi Homma, Superstudio, Charlotte Wales, Eric Wrenn, Blommers & Schumm, Joe Gebbia, Image Group, Alessandro Bava, Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff, Maciek Pozoga, Octave Perrault and Nancy Meyers, among others.
Limited edition: 500 copies
Dimensions: 28x18 cm