The Great Discontent Magazine, Issue 1

Philip Seymour Hoffman's inimitable talent, architecture in ice, bionic hands and more in our weekly look at the web

Now, two and a half years after Ryan and Tina Essmaker founded The
Great Discontent, the couple is excited to turn the digital
publication into a print magazine. To fund the first issue, a Kickstarter campaign is currently
underway. Set to house 15 interviews with contemporary greats like designers James Victore and Joshua Davis across 240 full-color pages, the magazine will
certainly be one not to miss among the creative community.