Re­cy­cling is­sues

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I look for­ward to the great ar­ti­cles and awe­some art fea­tured in the mag­a­zine each month. When view­ing art in a mag­a­zine, what makes the art pop is the tex­ture and gloss of the pages the art is printed on. How­ever, upon re­ceipt of the Oc­to­ber 2016 edi­tion (is­sue 139), I was dis­ap­pointed to find there was no pop! Why? Be­cause all the pages in the mag­a­zine were printed on re­cy­cled pa­per. All the im­ages are dull to look at and the tex­ture of the pa­per as you turn the pages seems sticky to the touch. Why the dif­fer­ence in pa­per used to print the mag­a­zine’s main sec­tion for this is­sue? David Antrobus, via email Claire replies Hello David, thank you for writ­ing in. I to­tally agree with you about your point. The re­cy­cled pa­per that was used in is­sue 139 was un­ac­cept­able to us, too. The pa­per did noth­ing to help the im­ages be seen in a way that we would like. Rest as­sured, we have made sure that we won’t get that pa­per again.

David was dis­ap­pointed by the pa­per qual­ity of is­sue 139. And so were we!

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