Commuter Culture Mag

January 13th, 2009 by Ted

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Friend of EC and Atlanta-based designer Mick Bailey recently launched his very own online magazine called Commuter Culture Magazine. I caught wind of this school-project-turned-online-masterpiece last month and have been checking it regularly since.

Mick describes the vision behind the online magazine as showcasing people and communities have a unique way of doing what we all deal with everyday: commuting. Whether that manifests itself in reporting on a customized surfer van, a world-class bicycle culture, or a story about national ridership trends on rail lines, this site covers real info. Aside from sporting a great visual design, the attitude and content of the online magazine is both unique for Atlanta and very topical in this woeful post-2008 America. Quality-over-quantity rules here, as each post is written as an article with carefully gathered or custom-designed imagery.

I’m interested to see where this haven for a good attitude towards commuting goes!

Category: Atlanta, Design, Web Design Comment: 2 Comments »

2 Responses

  1. Boris Says:

    This is a great mag Ted, thanks for posting.

    I think it would be interesting for this cat to do a story on Mutant vehicles in Black Rock City. It is the only city in the world where your vehicle has to be mutated for it to be street legal. Also in Black Rock City the main mode of transportation is bicycle.

    Boris “the Spider” Kostov

  2. Mick Says:

    Thanks for the nice words. CC?EC

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