We spoke with Patrick Pittman to discuss a handful of the countless interesting and ageless articles from the latest issue of the Alpine Review while also touching on its core theme of Permanence… something that is hard to find in this day and age.
Patrick Pitman is the co-editor of the Alpine Review – an independent magazine providing its readers with an expansive understanding of the world we are living in now. The articles and stories span across industry, across culture, and across the environment. This 300+ page journal has been aptly described by writer, Ruth Jamieson, as “The Economist’s cooler, better dressed sister”.
To find our more about Patrick please visit - http://patrickpittman.com/
The Alpine Review
Lewis Lapham (Lapham's Quarterly)
Rejected by Don Hertzfeld
The World of Tomorrow by Don Hertzfeld
Alka-Seltzer 'Plop Plop, Fizz Fizz' Commercial (1976)
Keep America Beautiful - (Crying-Indian) - 70s PSA Commercial
All Dressed Up For Mars and Nowhere to Go by Elmo Keep
The Last Days of Target - Canadian Business Article
1960's Tony the Tiger
2010's Tony the Tiger