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A COMPENDIUM OF IDEAS FOR A WORLD IN TRANSITION

The moment of now is as turbulent as it has ever been. Tremors across industry, across culture, across the environment, are profoundly reshaping us and our world. But it's too easy to get caught up in right now, and miss what it will all mean when the urgency fades. We started The Alpine Review as an attempt to understand those tremors from a long term point of view — to look at how what is happening around us is shaped by the past and will shape us in the future. We delve into the things that make us most curious, across all disciplines, and track the changes in thoughts and underlying systems that might point the way forwards. It’s a magazine about observing the things that matter, and the things that will continue to matter.

We're an independent magazine, made by a small team out of Montréal and Toronto, printed in Barcelona, distributed from Berlin, made partly for love but mostly for understanding. We're glad you've found us.


"THE ECONOMIST'S COOLER, BETTER DRESSED SISTER."

—Ruth Jamieson, Print is Dead, Long Live Print

"Profound stuff. The Alpine Review is a truly fascinating read and one of the most interesting publications to grace our shelves in recent times."

—Mag Nation, Australia

“The Alpine Review reaches a level where they can write about almost everything. And you will listen. The quality of the writing and the people that are involved are outstanding. Topped with a lot of surprises and little snippets, it is a masterpiece.”

—Jeremy Leslie, magCulture

"IT'S ONE OF THOSE MAGAZINES YOU WANT TO SAVE FOR THE WEEKEND TO ENJOY. YOU WANT TO SPEND TIME WITH IT."

—Tyler Brûlé, Monocle

Read more coverage and response to previous issues.

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Issue 3 out soon. Coming in early 2016: Parachutes, a deck of cards which examine our assumptions about 21st century media, tech, design, and business.

Stockists

The Alpine Review is stocked by a curated network of retailers, enthusiasts and collaborators around the globe. You won't find us in every newsagent on every high street, but there's never a copy too far away. We'll be providing a full, up to date list at the launch of issue 3. Until then, please get in touch with us and we'll point you in the direction of your closest store.

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CONTACT

Email
info@thealpinereview.com

THE OVERPRINT

The Overprint is a little weekly newsletter from Make Ready and The Alpine Revew — a look at the week from where we stand. Sign up.

PARACHUTES

Parachutes is a deck of cards from The Alpine Review. They examine our assumptions about 21st century media, tech, design, and business in order to stimulate the reader to make unexpected connections. Part book, part map, part riddle, we hope you'll pull the ripcord. Order now.

Noonmark

Noonmark is our podcast — a place for ongoing critical conversation about our world as it relates to design, media, technology, futures, urbanism, transportation and business. Subscribe.

Contribute

We welcome unsolicited submissions from readers, but we can't guarantee a response — we publish on a loose schedule, and don't want to set your expectations too high. We are, however, open to previously published work, if it has a natural home in our pages. Please make sure to read a magazine before sending us anything (to the address above).

MASTHEAD

Publisher + co-editor
Louis-Jacques Darveau

Co-editor
Patrick Pittman

Editor at large
Patrick Tanguay

Managing editor
Anna Duckworth

Contributing editors
Kingston Trinder
Eli Burnstein
John Di Palma

Creative director
Elise Eskanazi