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Behind the Stalls:
We Love Print

Discover the new market stall selling an exciting mix of thoughtfully curated lifestyle magazines. We Love Print founder James Laffar gives us his insider tips for five captivating titles to buy this spring.

From specialised sports to high-end fashion, you’ll find timeless publications such as World of Interiors and National Geographic sitting alongside rare magazines from all corners of the globe. If you are looking for something that isn’t already stocked, We Love Print will happily source it and deliver directly to you or to the stall. If you don’t know what you want, assistants Hugo and Monica are worth chatting to – they are a wealth of knowledge on what’s out that month, what cover is a special edition and the sought-after back issues that are worth investing in.

We Love Print has been created by magazine experts Olly and Ra – a friendly, family-run business that has been distributing publications across the UK since 1969. Today, they supply London’s best magazine stockists including the Tate, MagCulture, Design Museum and Claire de Rouen.

1. Lunch Lady 

A modern parenting magazine from Melbourne that’s as colourful as it is thoughtful. This neatly sized publication is full of recipes, stories, art and cooking ideas for kids, as well as some comic relief on the ups and downs of parenting. The beautifully crafted print quality and binding makes it a stylish and collectable addition to your kitchen bookshelf.

2. Like the Wind

An independent publication founded by runners Simon and Julie Freeman that tells inspiring running stories from all over the world. Printed on sustainable paper, this photo and illustrated led magazine regularly donates its profits to running charities. For issue 13, don’t miss the enticing article on the off-road, up-hill activity of fell running.

3. Pop

This bi-annual doorstop fashion bible began in 2000 co-founded by Ashley Heath and Katie Grand. Today, it remains to be a playful and high-end title – the Spring/Summer 2018 issue comes in two covers by British photographer Charlotte Wales, who gives us glossy high-glamour in the form of supermodel icon Cindy Crawford – we simply couldn’t resist the Lamborghini version.

4. Little White Lies

A perfect antidote to an endless scroll through Netflix, this international movie magazine created in London is available bi-monthly. It’s goal is to champion great movies and the people that make them – going far beyond the Hollywood blockbuster. The film reviews have a unique ranking system that explores different aspects of the movie-goers experience from anticipation to retrospect.

5. Delayed Gratification

A response to the rapid pace of daily news, Delayed Gratification looks back over the past 3 months to review news stories in-depth, using hindsight and detailed analysis for a different perspective on current affairs. Co-founder Marcus Webb explains he wants to help people comprehend stories for a “slower, smarter approach”. Expect long-form journalism, plenty of infographics, considered content and high-quality design.

Receive a Market Tote Bag with Every Magazine Back Issue
Don’t miss this delightful offer from We Love Print who are selling sought-after back issues for just £5. Your chosen magazine comes inside an Old Spitalfields Market tote bag and with a refreshing bottle of water.


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