The Great Discontent (TGD) is a print publication and online magazine featuring inspiring conversations with today’s artists, makers, and risk-takers. Focusing on beginnings, creativity, and risk, TGD provides a memorable look into the lives of its subjects via long-form interviews, short features, film-based projects, and events.
USD 30.00 — Released 1 July 2014
The inaugural double issue features a collection of inspiring interviews loosely based around the theme of leaps. Beautifully laid out in a 272-page magazine, it includes 17 long-form features with people who have followed their instincts and taken risks to pursue their dreams. Their stories encourage, inspire, and challenge us to make the jump, even if, and especially when, we're afraid.
The Great Discontent, Issue One, includes 17 long-form interviews with:
Tavi Gevinson (print-only feature) / Roman Mars (print-only feature) / Aaron Draplin / Alastair Humphreys / Sara Blake / James Victore / Scott & Vik Harrison / Elle Luna / Ike Edeani / Timothy Goodman / Anna Wolf / Lotta Nieminen / Zack Arias / Joshua Davis / Debbie Millman / Matt Porterfield / Ryan Bingham