To give you a better sense of Anthology‘s content, we’ve put together an online preview for each issue of the print magazine. (Please note that the previews only include a sampling of pages.) To purchase Anthology: We offer one-year subscriptions that include four issues. Individual issues can be purchased from our stockists as well.
Issue No. 10, Winter 2013
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our tenth issue, we focus on the notion of Americana.
- In our Conversation, we chat with Janie Bryant, the costume designer for Mad Men.
- Our travel dispatch focuses on the historic and modern appeal of Philadelphia.
- Warm up this winter with our cozy, skillet dishes.
- An Anthropologie executive shares his hobby-turned-second career with us.
- Learn about a trio of businesses that are still crafting their wares the old-fashioned way.
- Homeowners in California, New York, Maine, and Massachusetts, open their doors to us.
- A Brooklyn dinner party is a group effort—with each guest contributing their talents.
See the trailer for Issue No. 10 here.
Issue No. 9, Fall 2012
Rhythm & Hues
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our ninth issue, we examine music’s influence in our lives.
- We hang out with singer/songwriter Brooke White, the subject of our Conversation.
- In our travel piece, we head to Nashville (aka Music City).
- Go behind the scenes with a ukulele maker in Hawaii.
- One of our very own staffers shares her recipes for delicious Korean dishes.
- In Los Angeles, we visit with a musician whose home doubles as a recording studio.
- We take you inside some amazing interiors in California, Texas, New York, and Mississippi.
- Find out how the husband-and-wife team behind Turntable Kitchen entertains.
See the trailer for Issue No. 9 here.
Issue No. 8, Summer 2012
It’s a Living
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our eighth issue, we highlight creative types whose personal and professional lives are closely intertwined.
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho assembles dozens of great pieces for the office.
- In our Conversation, we visit with San Francisco ceramicist Lisa Neimeth.
- We examine Singapore from the perspective of an illustrator who grew up there; a photographer on assignment; and a designer blogger who’s a part-time denizen of the island nation.
- A young couple in West Texas shows us how they hand craft their bespoke boots.
- We sit down for a Q&A with a trio of small business owners: Of A Kind, Clare Vivier, and MCMC Fragrances.
- At a loss for lunch ideas? A freelancer shares a week’s worth of delicious midday meals.
- A Berkeley fashion designer takes us into her gorgeous home and studio.
- And there are many more interiors to cull ideas and inspiration from—including residences in Seattle, Boise, Los Angeles, and New York.
See the trailer for Issue No. 8 here.
Issue No. 7, Spring 2012
Wit & Whimsy
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our seventh issue, we’re highlighting “Wit & Whimsy”—a merging of a good sense of style and humor. Here’s a glimpse of the content in Issue No. 7:
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho rounds up products that will hopefully bring a smile to your face.
- Comedian Amy Sedaris shares her New York City apartment with us.
- Our travel piece isn’t limited to one single destination! Tag along with a photographer and writer on their California road trip.
- Go behind the scenes with a Bay Area furniture designer who mixes elements to fashion creative and cool pieces.
- Our house tours take us all over the country—including California, Maine, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.
- Don’t miss the “Anatomy of Ice Cream” spread, complete with delicious recipes!
- We like Heirloom LA’s style: the catering firm throws a staff soiree with a “Breakfast for Dinner” menu.
See the trailer for Issue No. 7 here.
Issue No. 6, Winter 2012
Handmade at Home
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our sixth issue, we’re focused on the handmade at home. Here’s a glimpse of the content in Issue No. 6:
- We round up an assortment of beautiful handcrafted wares from some of our favorite artists and shops.
- In our Conversation, we get to know Austin-based artist and designer Alyson Fox.
- We offer a peek at homes in Melbourne, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and British Columbia.
- We head to Amsterdam for our travel story, and to visit with the very talented Dutch artist Pieke Bergmans.
- If you love the paper illustration on the cover of Issue No. 6, then don’t miss our chat with the artist behind it, Chloé Fleury.
- Ashley English gives us the scoop on how she turned her homesteading efforts into a rewarding career. (She now has four books under her belt!)
- Go behind the scenes at Sightglass, a San Francisco coffee roastery.
- In the mood to make something? We’ve got a DIY for a tufted headboard, as well as recipes for a simple yet sure-to-satisfy three-course meal.
See the trailer for Issue No. 6 here.
Issue No. 5, Fall 2011
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our fifth issue, we’re going global. Here’s a glimpse of the content in Issue No. 5:
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho shares her must-have travel products.
- In our Conversation, we hang out with Anthropologie buyer Keith Johnson.
- We take you inside homes in Amsterdam, Buenos Aires, Kuala Lumpur, Paris, Philadelphia, and Vancouver.
- A Stockholm native gives us the inside scoop on things to do and places to go in the Scandinavian capital.
- Photographers share images from their most life-changing trips.
- Marvel at how a Berkeley artist creates her stunning surprise balls.
- Get inspired to experience a locale in a new way, with a travel guide that can be used anywhere—anywhere!
- We tag along with an entrepreneur who launched a traveling nanny service for creative types, as well as check in with another business that offers easy access to beautiful global goods.
- Our entertaining story is set in Paris, with a menu that includes miniature foods.
Issue No. 4, Summer 2011
The Great Outdoors
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our fourth issue, we focus on on the great outdoors. Here’s a glimpse of the content in Issue No. 4:
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho assembles goods that are ideal for creating an outdoor haven.
- In our Conversation, we talk shop with Rosie Brown of Papa Stour.
- We spend some time in the Hudson Valley with the couple behind Blackcreek Mercantile.
- Additional house tours take you inside—and outside—residences in Northern California, Southern California, and Oregon.
- Check out our writer’s travel dispatch from Marfa, Texas.
- Read what happens when a San Francisco couple plans their infant son’s first camping excursion.
- We visit with Fredericks & Mae, a creative duo in Brooklyn that handcrafts its unique wares.
- If you’re experiencing triple-digit heat this summer, then you definitely don’t want to miss our tea-infused shaved ice recipe!
- Speaking of recipes, our entertaining story features a picnic with food prepared by the chef/owner of San Francisco’s beloved Burma Superstar.
See the trailer for Issue No. 4 here.
Issue No. 3, Spring 2011
Life is a Party!
Each issue of Anthology explores a theme. For our third issue, we focus on the notion that life is a party. Here’s a glimpse of the content in Issue No. 3:
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho offers product picks that are ideal for any good party host to have on hand.
- In our Conversation, we sit down with graphic designer Sara Hicks Malone, whose website is dedicated to celebrations.
- Learn more about the father and daughter behind Herriott Grace, and check out the process for creating their beautiful wood pieces.
- We spend a laid-back weekend in Las Vegas—yes, such a thing is possible!
- Photographer Thayer Allyson Gowdy tags along with a husband-and-wife DJ duo. Bonus: they’re offering up some recommended playlists!
- A young couple in Brooklyn is crafting uniquely flavored beers. The best part? You can purchase their home kits and brew it yourself.
- Event planner and letterpress stationer Jordan Ferney teams up with her photographer friend Aubrey Trinnaman to share some of their favorite ways to surprise loved ones on a special occasion.
- Find plenty of ideas and inspirations from our featured homeowners—including a prop stylist in Los Angeles, a creative couple in the Vancouver area, a hair stylist to the stars, and siblings in San Francisco.
- Don’t be late for this important date! Our entertaining story is an Alice in Wonderland-themed soiree.
See the trailer for Issue No. 3 here.
Issue No. 2, Winter 2011
Where the Past Meets the Present
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho rounds up products that prove that everything old is new again.
- In our Conversation, we chat with Amsterdam-based designer Leslie Oschmann of Swarm.
- Check out a San Francisco art gallery that specializes in forgotten artists.
- Tag along as we eat, shop, and hang out in London with Kris Atomic.
- Photographer Jen Siska creates a visual travelogue of Palm Springs, using lo-fi and hi-fi cameras.
- We take you into the Heath Ceramics factory and showroom in Northern California.
- New York City baker Mari Tuttle shares her favorite hot cocoa mixes, as well as a recipe for biscotti.
- Get inspired by our featured homeowners—including a textile designer in Hollywood, a stylist in Brooklyn, and designer/shopkeeper in Berkeley.
- Bust out the cocktail shaker! Stylist Kelley Lilien throws a party in her San Diego home.
See the trailer for Issue No. 2 here.
Issue No. 1, Fall 2010
The Slow Life
- Market Editor Joy D. Cho rounds up her favorite products that are sure to not only stand the test of time, but actually improve over the years.
- We love conversations—and for this issue, we sat down with blogger extraordinaire Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge.
- In our travel piece, check out a local’s picks in fabulous Park City, Utah.
- Go behind the scenes with a Chicago furniture designer who handcrafts heirloom-quality pieces.
- Unconventionality reigns supreme in interior designer Grant K. Gibson’s redesign of a client’s living room.
- Learn how flowers can become an everyday luxury when you grow them at home.
- See inspirational interiors—as well as read the stories behind them—in California, Louisiana, and New York.
- Witness how a group of well-known San Francisco foodies entertain. You’ll be surprised by how easy a good gathering can be!
See the promotional film for Issue No. 1 here.