Mogu Takahashi
It’s Nice That
Magazine / Organization

It’s Nice That believes passionately that creative inspiration is for everyone and by championing the most exciting and engaging work online, in print and through our events program, we want to open up this world to the widest possible audience.

Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That has grown across many platforms and reaches over a million people each month. These include the website which is updated daily, a bi-annual magazine Printed Pages, a summer symposium Here and the monthly Nicer Tuesdays talks series.

It’s Nice That is part of the The Hudson Bec Group which exists to enable creativity to thrive. The group also includes Anyways, a creative agency that guides brands and organizations through the busy, broad worlds of culture and communication, and Lecture in Progress, helping the next generation of creatives make better career decisions by inspiring and informing them of the breadth of opportunities that exist in the creative industry.

Mogu Takahashi

Hazel Gaskin / Dazed Beauty

Nadia Lee Cohen

Micaiah Carter

Nadia Lee Cohen

Tanztheater Wuppertal / Courtesy of Sadler’s Wells

Steph Wilson

Nettle Grellier

Bex Day
Mogu Takahashi
It’s Nice That
Magazine / Organization

It’s Nice That believes passionately that creative inspiration is for everyone and by championing the most exciting and engaging work online, in print and through our events program, we want to open up this world to the widest possible audience.

Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That has grown across many platforms and reaches over a million people each month. These include the website which is updated daily, a bi-annual magazine Printed Pages, a summer symposium Here and the monthly Nicer Tuesdays talks series.

It’s Nice That is part of the The Hudson Bec Group which exists to enable creativity to thrive. The group also includes Anyways, a creative agency that guides brands and organizations through the busy, broad worlds of culture and communication, and Lecture in Progress, helping the next generation of creatives make better career decisions by inspiring and informing them of the breadth of opportunities that exist in the creative industry.

Hazel Gaskin / Dazed Beauty

Nadia Lee Cohen

Micaiah Carter

Nadia Lee Cohen

Tanztheater Wuppertal / Courtesy of Sadler’s Wells

Steph Wilson

Nettle Grellier

Bex Day
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    Oct 27, 2023 – Mar 31, 2024
    MACRO
    Rome, Italy
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    Publication
    ENTKUNSTUNG
    International
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    Publication
    Gost
    International
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    Artipelag
    Gustavsberg, Sweden
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