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Eye on Design wrote an article about this publication in which they couldn't help but translate the title each time they wrote it out. (The title translates to “Boobs: We in the Internet,” and the decision to populate the article with the word “boobs” is both respectable and relatable.)

Nichons is a bilingual printed magazine about the Internet. This eighth issue features Winamp, Grégory Chatonsky, Revebebe 🔞 and the works of Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion and Alex Jenkins.

According to Stack Magazine, they're printing the Internet so its best bits can be consumed when you're off the browser. This separation of content worthy of being printed and held is interesting as an editorial lens, and the publication itself is a tactile joy.

It took us 8 months to get our hands on these frogs, and they're definitely worth it. Also a good read if you're practicing French reading comprehension.

– 128 pages
– 9" x 12"
– Full color
– Bilingual French & English