Published in beautiful print, Offscreen Magazine is a thoughtful deep-dive into the entrepreneurial spirit and future vision of people working with technology.
Intimate conversations with entrepreneurs, designers, thinkers, activists, and researchers.
Food for thought through reflective, personal stories about living in a connected world.
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A showcase of compelling, impactful gear, ideas, and projects to watch.
Inspiration and advice
Diverse opinions and insights by technologists from around the world.
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Offscreen is taking a break →
Seven years ago, when I first thought about ‘a print magazine for pixel people’, I could have never imagined that today I’d still be answering emails from readers or preparing orders for fulfilment. What starte...
Letter to the editor →
Hi Kai, I live in Richmond, Virginia, USA which is about 1.5 hrs drive south of Washington D.C. There's a wide range of stereotypes about American's but I'm probably in line with many of the ...
Issue 20 is here! →
It's been seven years since I started working on the first issue of Offscreen. And today I'm happy to announce the release of issue 20! To celebrate, issue 20 is printed with a special metallic Pantone colour ...
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If you work pushing pixels or conjuring code, Offscreen Magazine will make you feel human again.
I can’t get enough of Offscreen. I love every page of every single issue! Inspiring content and impeccable design!
Subscribed for the next three issues. Every Offscreen so far has changed the way I’ve wanted to conduct life and business. Keep it up.
If you haven’t already, check out (and buy) Offscreen - probably the single most beautiful magazine I’ve ever seen. Inspiring stuff!
Great design and great content. Also love the way Offscreen handles advertising with a fair, tasteful non-obtrusive approach. Other magazines should take note.
The only thing disappointing about Offscreen is when you realise you’ve finished every article contained inside.
It’s the first mag I’ve read every word, cover to cover (including the ads) ever such inspiring people. Just awesome.
Offscreen Magazine is a thoughtful dive into the lives of creatives, best enjoyed with a morning coffee.
My summary of Offscreen: emanates tranquility, restful for eyes and mind, content drew me in — I felt welcome, like sharing over cup of tea.
It’s rare these days to find a magazine that’s so infectious I sneak away from everything just to read another article. Nice!
I whole heartily recommend Offscreen. Printed beautifully, lovely design and the content is even better.
Offscreen is such a quality publication. It always leaves me feeling smarter and enthused about the world we live in.
Every time I read something from Kai reminds me of the deep well of respect I have for what he’s done and will do with Offscreen.
Last month I read issue 13 of Offscreen. I forgot how much I enjoyed reading a magazine. Now I remember! Thank you! Really amazing work!
I never thought I’d subscribe to a print magazine again in my life. And yet somehow Offscreen gets it so right that I did. Well done!
Just received my copy of Offscreen. Even better than anticipated, great work. Haven’t seen a mag of this quality for a long time. Look forward to reading through it all.
Excited! Received my first hard copy of Offscreen and not going to sleep until I read the last page.
Reading Offscreen feels like applying a first aid kit for the soul. I’m keen to not rush it, to savour each page.
These days it takes me more time to read uninterrupted. But it was worth it for this gorgeous and insightful latest issue of Offscreen!