The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!
The Travel Almanac – Issue 18 - Print Matters!

The Travel Almanac – Issue 18

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TTA18 - AUTUMN/WINTER 2020

TTA18 - "COMING OF AGE"

Cover 1: BETYE SAAR
Cover 2: ARCA by CARLOTA GUERRERO
Cover 3: MARTINE ROSE by JORDAN HEMINGWAY
Cover 4: MARTINE ROSE "Graduations" by ROE ETHRIDGE (Ltd. edition cover)

+ Journeys to Valencia & Ghana, Special on Emerging UK designers and much more..
242 pages


Founded in 2010, The Travel Almanac is the first true post-tourism publication. It focuses not only on the traditional notion of physical travel, but the ways in which movement and location permeate all aspects of contemporary life. Since its inception, The Travel Almanac has been influential in re-defining the genre of pop-culture publications by showcasing the creative world’s opinions on travel and its accoutrement.  

Since its inception, TTA has featured exclusive contributions by some of the most creative minds of our time, such as Harmony Korine, Collier Schorr, Richard Prince, Juergen Teller, Taryn Simon, Julia Hetta, Inez & Vinoodh, Jeremy Scott, Ryan McGinley, William Gibson, Viviane Sassen, Matthew Barney, Helmut Lang and many others.

TTA is published bi-annually and combines the immediacy and visibility of a magazine with the longevity and elegance of a book. Starting with issue 10, some of our releases include an edition of The Travel Diary, an art booklet that showcases new work of one select artist, rethinking the concept of traveling and displaying a unique sensitivity to their surroundings.