Frontier Magazine explores and celebrates the risks people take in the process of creating something original and worthwhile.
Stress is one of the defining features of the early 21st century. There are physiological, psychological, environmental, and even linguistic forms of stress whose effects appear to be accelerating exponentially with the proliferation of technology. What are the finer folds and sinews that constitute the shape of stress and what techniques do we use to manage it? Issue 02 of Frontier Magazine will investigate the subject of stress from a variety of perspectives to survey its outer edges.
Issue 02 of Frontier Magazine includes:
- The unlikely story of Zita Cobb's world renowned Fogo Island Inn
- A profile of Tokyo Smoke—a brand that's rethinking coffee, clothing, and cannabis
- A story about design as activism with the team behind the design of Black Lives Matter
- An interview with Bruce Mau on embracing the natural ebb and flow of stress
- A photo essay capturing two journalists' honeymoon in North Korea
- The story of The Frontier Tuque, told by Frontier founder Paddy Harrington