Bnieuws is looking for a new editor to join our team!
The latest edition of Bnieuws is now available at the faculty and online! This edition explores colours and the diverse meanings and interpretations they can have, both in architecture and in our personal lives. Get your copy at the faculty or start reading online!
For our February edition of Taboo, we worked with Urbanism student Raven van der Steen to create a linocut design that represented the visual symbology of taboos. Of the 400 copies that we printed of this edition, 350 had a digitally printed version of this cover design. For the remaining 50, we hand-printed the linocut onto the front covers, creating 50 unique editions. See our process here!
We're looking for new pen pals! Want to share your art or develop your writing skills? Sign up! For our March special edition, we want to reflect on this past year and the difficulties we've all been dealing with. Want to share your story or the ways you've managed to stay sane? Contact us!
With our February 2021 edition Taboo, we are saying goodbye to Chris, one of the main-editors of Bnieuws in the last two years. With his relevant interviews during the Black Lives Matter movement, his creative puzzles in the dialogue edition and his intriguing philosophical thoughts in all his articles, he truly left his mark on this magazine. Chris, you have been the backbone of this magazine; thank you for everything.
With the faculty closed, and a stricter lockdown than ever, we've had to think of a new way to get you the latest edition of Bnieuws: Taboo! For this edition, we're printing 200 copies, 150 of which we will ship to addresses within the Netherlands. Sign up at the link below to get your copy! We're planning to ship around the 5th of March (05/03/2021). The edition will of course also be available online!
We've been hard at work over the past several months to make this possible, and we're very excited to have you here! Not everything is up and running yet, so please let us know if something isn't working properly! We hope to have some of our old editions digitised by the end of February.