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NO TOFU Relaunches Print Edition With New Format for Spring & Summer 2014 Issue

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NO TOFU is bringing print journalism back into vogue, like the re-emergence of vinyl, with a new format full gloss edition of their magazine, which went online only in 2013.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

With the release of CDs, Vinyl declined and all but disappeared. As music became even less physical with the rise of MP3, Vinyl suddenly returned, as people wanted a musical experience that was more than just auditory. Similarly, now journalism has become more ethereal across online presences, the print magazine is finding a new life just as people began to predict its death. One such example is NO TOFU that is relaunching their print edition in a premium format.

The new format will use full gloss 10?12″ pages that will emphasize the impact of the magazine’s beautiful photography and unique visual aesthetic. Using a thicker paper stock and more pages, the quarterly release will transform the magazine into an event for collectors to enjoy a rich sensory experience.

The new issue, a quarterly billed as NO TOFU Spring/Summer 2014, features Grammy-nominated musician Shirley Manson of the band Garbage on the cover, in a stunning fashion editorial shot by celebrity photographer Zoey Grossman.

The issue also features exclusive interviews with the bands Warpaint, ADULT., Xiu Xiu, Yacht, Janet Weiss of Sleater-Kinney, Perfect Pussy, actress Isabelle Huppert, filmmakers Kelly Reichardt and Lee Krieger, artist Asger Carlsen and more to play directly to the passions of the online presence’s core readership.

The Spring/Summer issue is out the first week of April and is distributed in locations throughout the USA, updates about which will be shared throughout NO TOFU Social.

A spokesperson for NO TOFU explained, “The new print edition of NO TOFU represents our uncompromising commitment to a strong visual aesthetic, intelligent long-form articles and cutting edge photography by redefining the concept of what a quality magazine is. Every edition is a special collector’s edition, and aims to stimulate the senses in a whole variety of ways, not just the visual and intellectual material but the tactile quality of the paper, the sheen of the gloss, the weight of the pages- it creates a more enriching, holistic experience than any online slate could achieve.”

About NO TOFU:
NO TOFU is a glossy international print magazine and website on independent film, music, fashion and art. As of 2014, NO TOFU is published quarterly as a print magazine to go alongside its constantly updated website. NO TOFU is a forum where some of the most fascinating and trailblazing actors, artists, musicians, designers, photographers and filmmakers share their work and their thoughts.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.notofu.com/

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