10 Must-Read Mags for Creatives
Offscreen identifies as a “thoughtful, human-centered take on technology and the web.” Focused on discovering “purpose driven people, products and ideas that shape the future.”
Protein is more than just a magazine; it’s an amalgam of community x culture; parlaying the importance of person-to-person connections in our vapid digital age.
From integral resource for all things business, Bloomberg, Businessweek is a cooler counterpart of status quo biz journals and 'traditional' entrepreneur outlets.
Consider this standard fare for discovering up-and-coming provocateurs and trendsetters. Wonderland covers all facets of culture including music, film, art and fashion with unique edge.
With over 25 million monthly users to their website, Thought Catalog is one of the most well-known, and controversial, publishing platforms. Their magazine is an intriguing departure from their much-read everyday content.
Hailing from the UK, quarterly Langom delineates themselves as a "publication about people making a living from their passions, and pastime activities that offer inspiration."
Uncovering "people, passions and processes" Another Escape is a creative's best friend for discovering a better life through more thoughtful and curated living.
Both online and in print, The Great Discontent dives into "inspiring conversations with today’s artists, makers, and risk-takers." With a focus on "beginnings, creativity, and risk," and "providing a memorable look into the lives of its subjects."
Painstakingly unraveling and uncovering the 'full picture,' Delayed Gratification from The Slow Journalism Company hails themselves as
"a beautiful quarterly publication which is proud to be 'Last to Breaking News.'"
With outposts in six countries throughout the world, New Philosopher, from the creators of indie favorite Womankind, know how to create content for everyday entrepreneurs that are ready for a little enlightenment in their lives.