The Icelandic Air-In-Flight Magazine

By: Sarah Robson - Published: • References: icelandair & psfk
The Icelandic air-in-flight magazine is a new type of magazine that connects to your four senses. It may look like a pile of oddly shaped newspapers, but this magazine will make your flight more enjoyable as you flip through its pages.

The magazine's design looks untamed, rugged and it is meant to resemble the natural terrain of Iceland. This books lets passengers lose themselves through the pages of the book that works through sensory stimulation instead of text and pictures.

The idea for this magazine comes from two Central Saint Martins masters students Leslie Borg and Anita Silve. They wanted passengers to have a reading experience through taste, touch, sound and smell. This magazine will ease the pain of traveling all the way to and from Iceland, and puts a unique twist on a standard airline magazine. Stats for Wooly Airline Flip Books Trending: Older & Chilly
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Concept: Icelandic Air-In-Flight Magazine
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Segment: Neutral, 12-55
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