Architecture and Design

Domino Magazine Fans Create Online Archives

We all remember when publishing company Conde Nast pulled the plug on Gourmet magazine back in 2009.

But for some of us, the real media-inspired mourning came from Nast's cancellation of Domino magazine -- a fabulous magazine dedicated to home design.

With Domino's website long gone, Domino fans have rallied and created a digital archive online.

We heart the internet.

And we're thanking our lucky stars for the Seattle-based design blog, coco+kelley who created a flickr group "The Domino Magazine Files" dedicated to documenting their Domino magazine collection. Coco+kelley encourages their online readership to fill in any missing images.

At the time of this blog post entry, there were 373 photos on flickr.


We also came across a few revived Domino stories on the Brides magazine website.

Viva la Domino!

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Lilia Menconi
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