The Social Explorer
Marshall McLuhan’s prescience endures in the information age.
Activism Beyond Words
Designing a social movement
The devious, subversive, and anti-authoritarian history of Vietnamese comfort food
Bruce Mau on Stress
And why we should embrace it.
Institute of Isolation
Preparing our bodies for the strain and solitude of deep space
Make Colouring Great Again
Has the adult colouring book trend convinced you to pick up your crayons?
Finding Fogo Island
The surprising story behind the unlikely luxury hotel at one of the earth’s four corners
Beef without cows. Eggs without hens. Reimagining what’s on our plates in a post-animal, lab-cultured, possibly not-so-distant future.
Bite Down for Safety’s Sake
Tokyo Smoke and the risks of building a business that isn’t (yet) legal
Carry More, Worry Less
Honeymoon in North Korea
Two just-married journalists travel to Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, or more officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), to experience a city on the cusp of change.
Text Less, Talk More
Unstuck Life Courses
Seeing Change Differently
In Pursuit of a Starting Point
Frontier Magazine is a Toronto based publication that explores and celebrates the risks people take in the process of creating something original and worthwhile. Each issue is centered around a theme, and the first issue’s theme, ‘Beginnings’, explores stories of creative exploration spanning the business, design, startup and technology industries.