Although I would consider myself an all-digital person, with all those technological achievements surrounding me and the fact that I’m more often online than the Internet itself, I really love magazines. You know, those flat, strange things printed on dead trees. I love the smell, I love the feeling when touching them, I love how limited the space and how final everything in it is.
Offscreen by Kai Brach, born and raised in Germany and living in Australia, is one of these little treasures. A magazine about creative people around the world, like Joshua Topolsky, Ash Huang and Oliver Reichenstein. I just bought issue number 12 when visiting this small shop called Do You Read Me? in Berlin, after spending a couple of hours on Kai’s blog, searching for and finding inspiration.
What I really love about Offscreen is not only the great design and the premium content, but the story behind the magazine and how hard it is for one person to change the world a little bit, to achieve something what people adore, to live through these ups and downs, while not giving up and keep going. Even if you’re not into that digital startup scene, Offscreen is going to amaze and inspire you.
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