BIG IDEAS | Georges Magazine


Hot off the press is French children’s magazine Georges, a “petit petit petit” glossy for kids that’s both fun and educational, quirky yet relatable. Made from matte recycled paper, Georges features a simple, clean design and is divided into three sections–stories, games and rubriques-a-brac (general knowledge sections about a range of topics like languages, film, recipes, scientific experiments or DIY projects.) Each issue features a unique theme and for the debut issue it’s all about the moustache. Check out the first issue for a story about tadpoles and bits of bread; an interview with a record dealer; how to write about “pizza” in Korean; a laboratory that makes clouds; a recipe for a banana chocolate cake; and much more. The magazine is sold on Little Fashion Gallery.

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