MIX Magazine

Archived since Issue 36

17 issues

Since its inception in 2004, MIX Magazine has carved a successful niche as a source of accurate and tangible colour, trend and material forecasting information used as a main reference by the design sector. This unique publication will guide you through the new trends for the season, both 1 and 2 years ahead, help you understand the trend gathering process, focusing on key industry and social drivers, plus will look at the way these trends will be disseminated into the mass market by early adopters all with vibrant colours, realistic textures and first generation imagery.

In MIX Magazine we aim not to just chart the process of trends but also clarify them explaining where these ideas have come from and also how they are impacting the market. We speak with design teams, analyse colour trends from trade shows and exhibitions and also report on inspirational materials.

Latest issue

Issue 52 presents exciting new trends for Spring Summer 2020. In this Issue, Idyll examines the importance of Hearth & Home. Regardless of increasingly differing political ideologies, the home, rather than the world outside, has for many become the center of the universe. This is the ultimate safe space where only good things can happen. While Kinship in sharp contrast to Idyll examines a generation for whom the fantasy of home is just that, a fantasy. Their response has been a rejection of these traditional values, questioning the importance of possessions and placing more emphasis on freedom and sharing.

Subjects: Art, Design

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Since its inception in 2004, MIX Magazine has carved a successful niche as a source of accurate and tangible colour, trend and material forecasting information used as a main reference by the design sector. This unique publication will guide you through the new trends for the season, both 1 and 2 years ahead, help you understand the trend gathering process, focusing on key industry and social drivers, plus will look at the way these trends will be disseminated into the mass market by early adopters all with vibrant colours, realistic textures and first generation imagery.

In MIX Magazine we aim not to just chart the process of trends but also clarify them explaining where these ideas have come from and also how they are impacting the market. We speak with design teams, analyse colour trends from trade shows and exhibitions and also report on inspirational materials.

  • First Issue: Issue 36
  • Latest Issue: Issue 52
  • Issue Count: 17
  • Published: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2516-3183

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