Magazines claim their stake as luxury products
Two Dutch magazines prove this summer that magazines have become luxury products. One glossy magazine which is a tribute to cartoonist Jan Kruis and a special super format September issue of Glamour. Two editions which will undoubtedly find their way to the readers. Reader who are willing to pay extra and will make the luxury editions into collectors items. We hope that the sales figures will convince publishers that this is the future of magazines. When creative and graphic print companies get the chance to use finishing technology such as foils there will certainly be a future for pint of this type, which, according to research, also gets the attention of millenials and younger generations.