Print is not dead, it’s immortal.
The Alpine Review is a bi-annual, comprehensive publication that tracks changes in thought, systems and creations around the world in a variety of disciplines ranging from tech to agriculture, design to anthropology. Assembled by a multi-disciplinary team and designed with extreme care, the Alpine Review is a compendium of ideas for a world in transition.
The first issue features articles covering a wide variety of topics. Laura Whipple writes about Pinball Publishing, Warby Parker about Branding by Design, and Michelle Thorne about Making Events. Everyone who loves Berlin will be very excited to read the City of Now and Best of Berlin. Freunde von Freunden contributes with a photo essay about Creative Spaces in the city. The magazine also features a piece about Cofeeshopification, and I’m looking forward to finding out more about what it actually means.
Find out more about the magazine from the FAQ with the editors, and follow @thealpinereview on Twitter.
£22/$35/DKK 225 (yes, expensive. but it’s advertisement free)