Collective Quarterly Issue 1: Absaroka
The newest kid on the block in the world of beautifully-printed independent magazines is Collective
The newest kid on the block in the world of beautifully-printed independent magazines is Collective Quarterly, now in its second issue, the first being “Issue Ø: Marfa.” Setting its sights on a different, characterful location each time, Collective Quarterly aims to bring to the forefront stories that define the history and intangible culture of the chosen place as seen through its artisans, music, food, and natural wonders. This issue sees an exploration of the region surrounding the Absaroka Mountains in Montana, an area that once aspired to become its own state. Within its pages are stories of a company that supplies bags to US special forces, Blackfeet Indians who make their living on the backs of bucking horses, a man who has spent the past few decades following the movements of grizzly bears, and much more.
Pick up a copy of this issue for $25 USD, as well as limited edition co-branded designs with featured Absaroka companies, from Collective Quarterly.