Woth is a Dutch magazine of creativity and innovative thinking. It was born in 2016 with the intention of introducing the reader to contemporary enlightened minds that with their actions have allowed to innovate.
In each issue, people are interviewed who have these characteristics and to whom the editorial staff of Woth asks to open up totally and literally. In fact, in the pages of the magazine you enter their homes and their studios, where long interviews are held that tell about their work, personal life, anecdotes, sources of inspiration and ways of applying their creative thoughts. To be interviewed are professionals more or less established, more or less young, who work at 360 ° in the world of creativity, design, innovation, architecture.
In Woth we also find the reporting of some of the best events and performances in the world in these fields.
The editorial design of the magazine is very neat and clean, with a good photographic component that shows us spaces and works of the interviewees.
ISSUE 18 - Fresh
This issue of Woth magazine celebrates creative thinking and DIY in all its freshness.
In this issue Enrico Fratesi talks about life between Danish and Italian design during GamFratesi's fifteen years, creative existentialism is explained by Nipa Doshi (Doshi Levien), Adriaan Kundert still feels surprised by the success of the basketclub and the gardener Piet Oudolf tells the whims of nature.
And again, a visit to Anne Holtrop's Bahrain pavilion, Willy Van Der Meeren's modernist masterpiece near Brussels. Frank Machalowski shares a selection of Tierwald, the black and white series written by him. Klunderbie presents his interpretation of folklore and Van Kesteren has created a fantastic Jules Verne-like universe for Hermès. In addition to all this, the WOTH Wonderful Things magazine N018 contains the most interesting portfolios of tapestries, ceramics and floral themes of the moment.
Dimensions: 21.5x27.5 cm