Stack magazine have a great interview with the founder of Manzine, Kevin Braddock. Talking about aspirational magazines, the aims of Manzine and the physical making of the magazine from start to finish. Although the whole interview’s a great read, we especially liked his answer about why Manzine exists:

I also think fundamentally it exists because it’s funny – a lot of magazines these days are far too serious, so in our case there’s no great meaning or narrative or message to what we’re doing, it’s just funny little thoughts. I gave it to Simon Mills, who’s another seasoned men’s magger, and he said it’s sort of like Seinfeld, because it’s a magazine about nothing in a way, but it’s all the nothing stuff that’s entertaining.

Read the full interview here.

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