Mary Evans Picture Library starts a new decade with the launch of ME & You magazine
Mary Evans Picture Library, the UK's leading source of historical images, is kicking off 2010 with the launch of its brand new magazine, "ME & You".
The magazine, which is compiled and designed by members of the Mary Evans team, aims to give picture buyers a more in-depth perspective on many aspects of the library's collection. Its first issue features a retrospective of the swinging sixties, a peek into fascinating material held on the notorious Mitford sisters and a set of topical illustrations on the crossword craze of the 1920s - to complement the prize crossword at which readers are encouraged to try their hand. Above all, ME & You is designed to be informative and to be enjoyed.
"ME & You magazine is an exciting development in our communication with clients," says Paul Brown, Managing Director. "We send out a monthly email newsletter which focuses on anniversaries, events and new collections, as well as our annual calendar and other direct mail pieces such as the popular Little Book series, but the magazine allows us to look at a variety of subjects in more detail and on a regular basis. Obviously, the focus will always be on pictures, but, as a historical image library, we also like to tell the story behind those pictures, and believe that the chance to read, learn and enjoy will still appeal to our customers."
The first issue of ME & You magazine will be sent out to Mary Evans Picture Library users this January. If you are missing a copy, or would like to order one for a colleague, please call 020 8318 0034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org