The magazine was produced in a print run of just 750 copies (all of which sold within 48 hours), the profits from which go to Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres. The magazine features a mix of stories and illustrations from a wide range of very talented people. Here’s a selection of just some of those:
Mark Hearld (above) has put together a menagerie of random and spectacular animals.
There’s a lovely interview with the Gentle Author of the fantastic daily blog, Spitalfields Life.
And we also liked this piece by Phil Abel of Hand & Eye Letterpress about the joys of machine-made printing.
Though the first issue has sold out, they’re planning subsequent issues, each one taking a different format. Sign up at the Random Spectacular site to find out more.