Issue #3 Work


Our third issue of Big Little Things looks at an integral facet of all our lives: Work. What’s at stake? What must change? What does the future look like? We’ve got questions — and answers — that we hope will point to a better, more equitable future for all. Inside are stories on Indian craft, artificial intelligence, social entrepreneurship, and other musings on the way we work.

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We collaborated with Paper Planes to publish a four-part magazine series called Big Little Things that inquires and deliberates — sometimes ruefully — about the things that really matter, with our social entrepreneurs who work relentlessly to make the world a better place.

Issue #1: Excess

The first issue of this limited-edition print magazine features stories that explore our constant need for more, the Museum of Material Memory and what makes objects precious,  a look at shopping malls and their purpose in our cities, brief encounters with some of our social entrepreneurs who are encouraging sustainable consumption, along with short, relatable essays on everyday consumption patterns.

Issue #2: Well-Being

The theme of Issue #2 is one that’s close to our hearts and we believe incredibly relevant to our times –Well-being   With this issue, we look at the many facets of our well-being. There’s an illustrated account of the impact of nature and ecological destruction on mental health, and a closer look on laughter and memes as antidotes to the time we’re in via a group chat, led by writer Rega Jha, with India’s leading stand-up comics — Rohan Joshi, Kaneez Surka, Kanan Gill and Urooj Ashfaq. The magazine also has stories on what students in India need, the arts as support and solace for our state of being, and 10 remarkable social entrepreneurs on what keeps them going. Plus! A handy set of cards for grounding when you’re feeling anxious.

Issue #1: Excess

The first issue of this limited-edition print magazine features stories that explore our constant need for more, the Museum of Material Memory and what makes objects precious, a look at shopping malls and their purpose in our cities, brief encounters with some of our social entrepreneurs who are encouraging sustainable consumption, along with short, relatable essays on everyday consumption patterns.

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Big Little Things

We collaborated with the beautiful people at Paper Planes to publish a four-part magazine series that inquires and deliberates — sometimes ruefully — about the things that really matter, with our social entrepreneurs who work relentlessly to make the world a better place.

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The first issue of this limited-edition print magazine features stories that explore our constant need for more, the Museum of Material Memory and what makes objects precious, a look at shopping malls and their purpose in our cities, brief encounters with some of our social entrepreneurs who are encouraging sustainable consumption, along with short, relatable essays on everyday consumption patterns.

The theme of Issue #2 is one that’s close to our hearts and we believe incredibly relevant to our times –Well-being

  With this issue, we look at the many facets of our well-being. There’s an illustrated account of the impact of nature and ecological destruction on mental health, and a closer look on laughter and memes as antidotes to the time we’re in via a group chat, led by writer Rega Jha, with India’s leading stand-up comics — Rohan Joshi, Kaneez Surka, Kanan Gill and Urooj Ashfaq. The magazine also has stories on what students in India need, the arts as support and solace for our state of being, and 10 remarkable social entrepreneurs on what keeps them going. Plus! A handy set of cards for grounding when you’re feeling anxious.

The first issue of this limited-edition print magazine features stories that explore our constant need for more, the Museum of Material Memory and what makes objects precious, a look at shopping malls and their purpose in our cities, brief encounters with some of our social entrepreneurs who are encouraging sustainable consumption, along with short, relatable essays on everyday consumption patterns.

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