Interview: Pallet Magazine

Co-founded by two Australians, the new quarterly isn't just about beer

A high-quality quarterly for “people who like to think and drink,” the recently launched print publication Pallet is decidedly not a craft beer journal. Instead, Australian co-founders Nadia Saccardo and Rick Bannister use the subject as a jumping off point for larger curiosities, but ones that would speak spiritually to those who tend to enjoy a pint of small-batch brew. The first issue (complete with …

A Wilder Life

Print magazine Wilder Quarterly guides readers back to nature in their first book

Since launching in 2011, Wilder Quarterly has been rousing genuine excitement about growing and gardening in people who typically encounter more software bugs than the natural kind. Nearly five years later, the print magazine (now on a bi-annual publishing schedule and dropping the “Quarterly” from its name) has put together its first book, “A Wilder Life.” It’s a beautiful guide that doesn’t overwhelm or bore, …

Pet People Magazine

60 feel-good pages of families and their furry friends

The bond between people and their pets is fascinating. Years of nuanced looks, noises and nudges form an unspoken understanding that often transcends many human relationships. Pet People Magazine understands this, and has set out to explore the unique connections between people and their pets, one city at a time. Started by photographer Hilda Grahnat and art director and graphic designer Linnea Paulsson—who met when …