INQUE: An bold new model for magazine publishing
Almost ten years after launching Dan Crowe’s award-winning Port magazine, we were recently briefed to direct the Granta book editor’s newest venture INQUE.
In collaboration with Matt Willey, partner at Pentagram design studio and former art director of The New York Times Magazine, Crowe has created an ad-free, limited edition title dedicated to publishing diverse global writing alongside extraordinary art, design and photography, with an editorial remit to be creatively groundbreaking.
INQUE will be published annually over ten years as a large-format, high-production value portfolio of newly commissioned works by international writers and artists. The magazine will chronicle a pivotal upcoming decade as a limited-edition collector’s item to be kept and cherished, in defiance of throw-away culture and mass market media consumption.
The first issue includes contributions from Margaret Atwood, Edmund de Waal, Ocean Vuong, Kae Tempest, Joyce Carol-Oates, Helen Marten, Christopher Anderson and many more.
Free from the constraints of advertising, commercial partnerships and rushed editorial processes, INQUE allows the unbridled creativity of extraordinary writers, artists and designers to flourish. A magazine created to reflect the decade, INQUE will be as daring in its content as it is in its concept.
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