Technological acceleration is transforming our innate habits, leaving us euphoric, uncertain, and longing to understand the meaning of our existence. But even as we delve deeper into innovation, at our core we are humans who make sense of the future and our world by interacting with other Sapiens. Our aspirations and inventions can only exist if our inner world resonates with others.
maize curates a collective of international voices who authoritatively examine innovation and its human impact. These brilliant minds share their unconventional perspectives and opinions to help us make sense the complexity of today’s society.
Each issue of maize is an aesthetic monograph, which explores a central topic through compelling interviews, reports, short stories, personal essays and visuals. This magazine is for those who love open discussions, philosophical ideas, and contemporary thoughts. It is also for those who are eager to discover new ways to develop foresight, be inspired, make informed decisions, and participate in the innovation process — all while staying human.
In this exceptionally uncertain and challenging moment in history, we are more than ever urged, if not compelled at all, to change: We have to prove to ourselves, and to the planet on which we live, that we can evolve — at the right time, and in the right direction. But what is evolution? How did we get here, and how do we get from here?BUY
Explore twelve contemporary utopias — radical visions to help navigate the collective confusion of our realities. Venture through real and imagined ideal cities, contemplate meals that rival religious experiences, and learn about a never-ending archive of the world.BUY
In this issue of maize, we look at seconds, minutes, hours, days, and years from every angle, from history to social norms to arts and science, and even how plants perceive moments. Through compelling storytelling and visuals, we invite you to explore time, and all of its incarnations, with us.BUY
As a side effect of its behavior, humanity is changing the world. The effects of this new era are not just territorial or climatic: they’re philosophical, cultural, anthropological — in one world, structural. We won’t easily get away with this, but we should not despair either. Now what?BUY