Confession: We love the Internet! Um, who doesn't? But there's something special—something pleasingly substantial and corporeal—about a magazine, isn't there? Despite the fact that big-name publications are seeing diminished subscriptions these days, an increasing number of beautifully designed, delightfully detail-oriented independent magazines are sprouting up in the margins. From journals devoted to food and girl power to quarterlies for art buffs, these indie magazines are reshaping the print landscape. Below, see eight we love.
Human Being Journal ($15)
A biannual print publication from the sharp curators behind retail store Need Supply Co., Human Being Journal meets with designers and artists, features photography spreads, and more.
Do you read any of these or others? Tell us in the comments!