I Came For Couscous is an indie magazine published biannually in bilingual format (English and French), published by Maison Mīm, which explores the world based on creativity and freedom.
Divided into 5 acts, in each edition, the publication gives voice to the most creative minds of the Arab world. The magazine is, at the same time, a human adventure, a state of mind, that welcomes curiosity, openness, intermingling and exchange, echoing diversity.
The publication does not only follow an informative objective, but also engages in social and solidarity actions based on journalism, art and culture as tools for education, development and social integration.
For the printing, carried out with UV LED technology, the papers Arena White Smooth, Symbol Tatami and Siro Color Flamingo from Fedrigoni Papers have been used and the binding has been made in paperback with insertion of unequal pages. In addition, the magazine features an UVI screen printing on the cover and a dry relief (embossing) on the spine.