A few weeks ago Creative Review Magazine contacted me about doing a small piece in their February issue about my site The Grid System. I just received a copy they sent me (I couldn’t find one in NYC believe it or not) and I think they did a great job with the piece. I’m deeply honored that I was asked to be included in the pages of this quality magazine and want to thank the folks over at CR for asking me to participate.
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19 thoughts on “The Grid System Featured in Creative Review Magazine”
Fantastic. I’d like to get my hands on a copy… though sadly I almost never read print magazines anymore unless I’m actually subscribed to them. Anyway, congratulations.
Khoi, thanks man! I hear ya, I’m the same way. I usually just pick up magazines for their aesthetic value.
Incredible Antonio! Well done and well-deserved. Thanks so much for the mention. Now to get my hands on a copy…
Congratulations Antonio! I should subscribe to that Magazine 🙂
Great news, Antonio, and richly deserved. Here’s to more success for The Grid System.
Awesome! Congrats Antonio. This is good stuff.
Congrats, Antonio… totally deserved.
Nice one Antonio.
hi, I was just over at the Institute for Contemporary Arts here in London, UK and saw the Feb CR there in the ICA bookshop. that’s how i’ve found my way to your site…
keep up the good work! thanks!
Better late then never but I need to add my name to this list of congratulations Antonio. Well deserved!
Does anyone know where I can pick up a copy in New York City? Antonio, I see that you were unable to locate a copy, maybe the collective can help?
bravo bravo, antonio. non ti piacerebbe fare un workshop a venezia, magari? 😉
Congratulations! It looks very nice. Keep up the good work on the blog.
Adam, CR actually sent me a copy, but you should be able to find one now at Barnes and Nobles.
leandro, si magari.
Congratulations! Thats fantastic news!
The grid system is a great resource. Deserving of it’s recognition. Keep it up Antonio!
Thanks, Antonio! I’ll swing by a Barnes and Noble to look for a copy.
And this is how I found you!
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