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Dante Magazine

(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year DANTE is an international magazine covering life and style, arts, culture and more. Editorially driven, nonpartisan, and independent of any other media group or interest, DANTE is packed with features, helping you to identify trends and names of the future, and covering topics before the competition. Published every two months, each essential issue of DANTE will illuminate and inspire.

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Dante  |  DANTE Aug-Sep 2016  


DANTE is not just for the future of individuals but for the world too.
Such as how healthy our planet is and how to extend its life.
Regular readers will know that we do occasional special issues and this one is returning to ethical and environmental matters.
As ever, we are independent and print articles in order to encourage debate - all our writers’ views are their own.
We had great fun with the cover. Our subject was the story about the Venice Architecture Biennale, which has gone green this year and proposes ways to improve the biosphere and our lives with new buildings.
Our starting point was the Biennale’s own poster with its eye-catching photo of a mystery woman on a ladder overlooking a flat landscape - we can actually reveal she is German archaeologist Maria Reiche, surveying the mysterious Nazca Lines in the hot Peruvian desert, photographed by Bruce Chatwin.
Since the Biennale makes a play on saving Antarctica, it seemed only right to contrast her with a snowy penguin and a Lombardy tower block cloaked in green with a Queensland koala plonked on the top for extra surrealism, though we also loved a Greenpeace-provided photo of Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi performing his Elegy for the Arctic on a floating platform in front of melting ice floes.
DANTE continues to try to be the first reporting stories – ones you will only read about elsewhere maybe months later.
So we hear from two London women who approached us first with the story of their incredible journey, travelling 10,000 miles from London to Hong Kong on bicycles. Yes, that’s right, on pushbikes, and all to raise awareness about wasted food. It is a remarkable account.
DANTE is an international magazine covering life and style, arts, culture and more. Editorially driven, nonpartisan, and independent of any other media group or interest, DANTE is packed with features, helping you to identify trends and names of the future, and covering topics before the competition. Published every two months, each essential issue of DANTE will illuminate and inspire.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Dante magazine subscription.

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3 Customer Reviews
   Like The Economist for people with style Reviewed Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Like The Economist for people with style. Good range of topics and easy to flick through - very nice!
   A great magazine Reviewed Wednesday, March 16, 2016
A great magazine – not about a poet of the past but a clever look into the future with informed predictions on just about everything. The app does it justice too.
   The best all life and all style mag! Reviewed Tuesday, March 15, 2016 SUBSCRIBER
As an Italian who now lives in the UK,
having Dante magazine as an app
allows me to read topics that won’t get
a look-in in other magazines.
I can also keep in touch with global trends
and names of the future.
It is really smooth and easy to get around,
with good interactive elements.
I love the consistently well written
features by respected journalists.
The app covers loads of sections from
Art, Culture, Film, Travel and more…
So I never miss out on anything!
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Dante   |   DANTE Aug-Sep 2016   


DANTE is not just for the future of individuals but for the world too.
Such as how healthy our planet is and how to extend its life.
Regular readers will know that we do occasional special issues and this one is returning to ethical and environmental matters.
As ever, we are independent and print articles in order to encourage debate - all our writers’ views are their own.
We had great fun with the cover. Our subject was the story about the Venice Architecture Biennale, which has gone green this year and proposes ways to improve the biosphere and our lives with new buildings.
Our starting point was the Biennale’s own poster with its eye-catching photo of a mystery woman on a ladder overlooking a flat landscape - we can actually reveal she is German archaeologist Maria Reiche, surveying the mysterious Nazca Lines in the hot Peruvian desert, photographed by Bruce Chatwin.
Since the Biennale makes a play on saving Antarctica, it seemed only right to contrast her with a snowy penguin and a Lombardy tower block cloaked in green with a Queensland koala plonked on the top for extra surrealism, though we also loved a Greenpeace-provided photo of Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi performing his Elegy for the Arctic on a floating platform in front of melting ice floes.
DANTE continues to try to be the first reporting stories – ones you will only read about elsewhere maybe months later.
So we hear from two London women who approached us first with the story of their incredible journey, travelling 10,000 miles from London to Hong Kong on bicycles. Yes, that’s right, on pushbikes, and all to raise awareness about wasted food. It is a remarkable account.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Dante magazine print subscription.
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