MIGRANT JOURNAL explores the circulation of people, goods, information, but also fauna and flora, around the world and the transformative impact they have on space. While migration is part of humanity’s genesis, it seems the phenomenon has become ubiquitous, happening faster, with complex ramifications.

MIGRANT aims at exploring the relationship between these elements, events, journeys and spaces bound under the idea of ‘migration’ in all its forms, crucial to understand today’s society.

In order to break from the prejudices and clichés of migrants and migration, MIGRANT asks artists, journalists, academics, designers, architects, philosophers, activists and citizens to rethink our approach to migration and critically explore the new spaces it creates.

MIGRANT is edited by Justinien Tribillon and Catarina de Almeida Brito, co-edited and designed by Offshore Studio, formed by Isabel Seiffert and Christoph Miler.


Our call for proposal for Migrant Journal No. 3 AIRBORNE/SEABORNE is now open until the 1st of July 2017. All proposal should be addressed to proposal@migrantjournal.com.

We are open to any kind of projects from a wide variety of backgrounds — but please make sure you read the call for proposal before submitting.

Whatever the outcome, we will reply to all proposals submitted. 


General enquiries: contact@migrantjournal.com
For stockists: distribution@migrantjournal.com
Press and editorial enquiries: editors@migrantjournal.com

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“There are many ways to talk about migration and at a time when the debate is so divided, we highlight some of the projects and stories doing it the right way.”
Monocle 24Radio

“It’s our magazine of the week … if not the month … if not the year (…) Migrant Journal asks a political question: if we build a wall to prevent migration, are we to cut cords too?”

“It’s a brilliant piece of work, and I’m really looking forward to seeing what the next five issues will bring”

“There is that type of publication that seems to be timeless and contemporary at the same time. Migrant Journal’s first issue accomplishes what it has been aspiring to”

→ Do You Read Me?!

“Creative Review’s Good Reads”

→ Creative Review

“An unusual custom typeface and great layouts”

→ It’s Nice That

“A new magazine wants to change how we think about migration”

→ The Spaces

Press reviews also include features in the print editions of Monocle (April 2017), L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui (March 2017), ZEITmagazin (February 2017), among others.