Matters Journal is a new weekly digital and biannual print publication connecting socially responsible people with businesses and brands who are doing good. Using storytelling to share interdisciplinary stories from the worlds of arts, design, technology, health, food and the environment, we love their approach to exploring the interconnected nature of our world and how we impact it through our daily lives.
Matters Journal Print Issue #1 is set to ship in February 2018 and we’re excited to delve into far-ranging topics including urban agriculture, future living, synthetic meat, ethical fashion and the applications of virtual reality technology in hospitals. We’re eager to see the full print issues after reading (and re-reading) our copy of Mini Matters!
Matters Journal are currently offering a pre-sale option for Issue #1 shipping in February 2018, a 12 month subscription of the journal (Issues #1 (Feb) and #2 (Aug), as well as gift options for one or both issues. It’s the perfect gift for the socially conscientious person in your life (or for yourself!). Head over to the Matters Journal website for further details.
Main image: Mini Matters, courtesy Matters Journal.
When: Pre-sale available now - Issue #1 shipping February!
How much: Matters Journal Issue #1 (presale): $14.00 (plus postage) – 12 month subscriptions and digital gift cards also available!
Onigiri is a staple found everywhere in Japan: from the aisles of convenience stores to fancy food halls. This week, the wonderful Julia Busuttil Nishimura shares two quick recipes for home made onigiri with mustard greens and umeboshi, and mushroom onigiri (scroll down for more), for a rice-filled belly on the go
As a number of Melbourne's prominent gay venues started to close down, Sam Cremean felt a sense of loss. This prompted him to investigate what was happening to gay neighbourhoods internationally. He discovered that these important spaces were slowly disappearing from cities around the world
Where European architecture starts with the exterior shape of the building, Asian buildings are imagined from the inside out. Curators of the acclaimed Indonesia Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2018, Ary Indra and David Setiadi, elucidate how 'emptiness' is sculpted in Indonesian architecture, one remarkable building at a time