The Diverse Issue of Migrate is here!
The 22nd edition of the annual Loeries® Migrate magazine, ‘The Diverse Issue’, celebrates unique creative work and the power of diversity in culture, opinion and worldview.
The magazine unleashes 108 pages of curated creative work from around the globe with contributors from Belgium, Cananda, Columbia, Germany, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, Ukraine and, of course, South Africa.
Collaborative collage artist Lola Dupre is this issue’s cover designer, with other notable contributions from esteemed Greek visual designer Charis Tsevis; American photographer Ben Zank; French artist Mademoiselle Maurice; and South American illustrator Fernando Cobelo. See magazine previews here
“The Loeries® launched Migrate as an inspirational collector's magazine,” says Creative Director and Chief Designer Roanna Williams. “The magazine attracts a significant number of international contributors, which allows us to expose the industry to fresh talent and different creative happenings, while keeping us on trend.”
Each issue has a unique theme from which contributors and advertisers take their cue. Migrate never takes itself too seriously and the theme is always interpreted in a myriad of ways. The content is engaging and informative, creatively inspiring and sometimes funny.
As the official paper supplier of the Loeries®, Antalis provides it’s flagship brand paper Hi-Q Titan Matt, which is certified for sustainability by the Forrest Stewardship Council.
The limited edition magazine, of only 4000 copies, is printed by Multiprint Litho, the official print partner of the Loeries and distributed across the creative industry - Advertising, Design, Architecture & Interior Design and Experiential Media.
The magazine is a showcase of all aspects of the worldwide fraternity, including writing, illustration, photography and design. It is a conceptually rich publication, offering a fountain of visual and written inspiration from the new, the young, the dedicated, the famous, the passionate creative voices of today.