Starting with this post, I will irregularly introduce a number of magazines here that caught my eye browsing book shops, or that have in one way or another influenced Offscreen. Next time you visit a good magazine store, keep an eye out for them!
Process Journal is a quarterly released graphic design publication produced in Melbourne Australia. The aim of the journal is to not only serve as a source of inspiration for designers and graphic designers alike, but to take a look at the “process” behind some of the world’s most influential creative work.
MADE focuses on inspirational people from around the world who create incredible things, including but not limited to industrial design, architecture, fashion, interior design, photography and the culinary world.
Apartmento's masthead on every issue reads “an everyday interiors magazine”. After reading it from cover to cover, one discovers that it is exactly that. There is nothing pretentious about this beautifully produced publication.
Makeshift is a print and online magazine about innovation in informal economies around the world, from roadside engineers to underground Internet networks.
UPPERCASE is a quarterly magazine for the creative and curious featuring eclectic content on illustration, design, typography, craft and curiosities.
INVENTORY, by offering a unique and global perspective on design, craftsmanship and culture, forgoes the temporariness of trend to instead focus on the brands, designers and artists whose bodies of work reflect a commitment to quality, and a desire for innovation.
AMMO is a submission-based magazine dedicated to finding and exposing the best illustrators in the world.
Little White Lies is a bi-monthly, independent movie magazine that features cutting edge writing, illustration and photography to get under the skin of cinema.
Boneshaker Magazine is a celebration of cycling and the people who do it. Full of articles, personal stories and anecdotes about people and projects doing great things with bicycles around the globe.