To Think – DEEPER is a magazine that explores thoughts and conversation on visual culture.
Each issue of To Think asks just one question and aims to see what happens when we place deep thinkers together by raising debate around questions we are constantly faced with; and by doing so deliberately force new collisions and contrasts that allow us to see thinking in new ways.
“Time to think has become the ultimate luxury.”
The ever-expanding fields of visual culture appear more important than ever before. Our new-found capability to engage with ever-refreshing visual content is outstripping our ability to understand, synthesise and appreciate it. At the core of our belief — and the reason for this journal — is the notion that we can, must and should take more time to consider and discuss the visual culture we create. For us, this is all about creating dialogue, as we believe conversation is a cultivating medium for deep thought; and we believe that deep thought is a prerequisite of both good decisions and great design. In each issue of To Think , we bring provocateurs, entrepreneurs, designers and visionaries together and ask them a single question with the aim of provoking debate and opening up fulfilling thought around the visual culture that surrounds us. We hope To Think will provide the necessary moments of quiet to stop, contemplate and think.
Art - Design - Illustration - Photography
Shoplifters, Issue 8 – New Type Design
Please note: This issue of Shoplifters will be re-printed and back in stock late June or early July. If you order a copy it will be shipped as soon as we have the re-printed copies in stock. Shoplifters is a bi-annual publication featuring the work of contemporary artists, photographers, designers, illustrators etc,. Shoplifters doesn’t have […]449 SEK
Art - Visual Culture
Kaleidoscope, Issue 34 – SS19
At the core of a platform that includes an exhibition space and an independent publishing house, Kaleidoscope is an international quarterly of contemporary art and culture founded in 2009 in…..225 SEK
Art - Graphic Design - Visual Culture
Elephant, Issue 37 – Mothers Versus Machines
Established in late 2009, Elephant is a quarterly magazine on contemporary art and visual culture. Edited by Marc Valli, Elephant features up-to-the-minute visual material, fresh faces and original voices, covering and uncovering new trends and talent in contemporary visual culture. In this issue: The moment of birth can be many things—painful, surprising, harrowing, joyful—and this isn’t just childbirth: the […]179 SEK
Art - Culture & Lifestyle - Literature - Visual Culture
Iceview Magazine, Vol. 03
Iceview Magazine is a bilingual collection published in English and Icelandic of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art that investigates the implications of tourism, leisure travel, and creative practices abroad. Calling into question romanticized notions of place in the context of individual and collective experience, this volume seeks to carve new avenues of inquiry concerning […]275 SEK