Monster Children Magazine Launches New Website

8 Dec

Monster Children Issue 21 Cover

By the beard of Zeus! The creative misfits and vagrants responsilbe for Monster Children magazine, one of Australia’s most innovative and influential design-oriented publications, have finally launched their new website. Rumours and speculation swirled around Australia’s graphic design community when their website went offline for a month or two (although Issue 20 of MC had a teaser advertisement stating that the new look site would be up and running in October). While the launch may be behind schedule, it’s been worth the wait.

The new site, developed by Cairns-based digital co-lab Made By Expo, is clean, minimalist and – thankfully – a helluva lot friendlier to navigate. The site includes a blog, shop, and links to the Monster Children gallery. But the nicest touch is the section for community posts where anyone can login and have their say, post info about their own art show, or throw up any random shit they think everyone else wants to know about.

Here’s hoping that the lads keep it regularly updated! Go and explore the new Monster Children website here.

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3 Responses to “Monster Children Magazine Launches New Website”

  1. saimagery December 9, 2008 at 9:38 am #

    Thankgod! My boss caught me with the standby page up the other day. Awkward.

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