Migrate magazine is the hero we’ve all been looking for

The 23rd edition of Migrate, the official magazine of the Loeries, is coming soon. It’s the Hero edition and lives up to its name, with over 60 conceptually rich pages of visual and written inspiration from the new, the young, the dedicated, the famous, and the passionate creative voices of today. 
Originally launched in 2005 to expose new and cutting-edge talent to the brand communications industry, Migrate has created a niche for itself as a collector’s magazine for reference and inspiration. 
“Heroes are part of our society, since tree-hugging Noah saved all the animals, and Queen Cleopatra brought Caesar to his knees,” say Roanna Williams, Creative Director and Designer of Migrate. “In this issue, we encouraged contributors to be brave and honour their inner heroes.”
The result? Content that is inspiring, engaging, informative and funny. Filled with unbelievable stories and magnificent contributions from South Africa, Kenya, Gabon, USA, Canada, Spain and Slovakia, Migrate offers readers surreal insight into the life of everyday heroes. 
“In a world of digital and social media, of bits of bytes, Migrate remains stubbornly old-school. It’s a magazine. It’s paper. It’s beautiful and crafted. It’s been made to pleasure your emotions and inspire your soul,” says Andrew Human, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of the Loeries.

Migrate will be available from our online store, at the following independent bookstores:

  • Bridge Books (JHB)
  • Clarke’s Books (CPT)
  • David Krut (CPT)
  • David Krut (JHB)
  • David Krut (JHB)
  • Dustcovers (Nieu-Bethesda)
  • Fable’s Bookshop (Grahamstown)
  • Kalk Bay Books (CPT)
  • Lélephant Terrible (JHB)
  • Love Books (JHB)
  • Skoobs (JHB)
  • The Bay Bookshop (CPT)

At R90 a copy, it’s a real hero.