Makeshift: A Journal of Hidden Creativity

Makeshift magazine “As populations explode and resources dwindle, the ability to innovate under constraints has become a more pressing competency for individuals, companies, and governments. To document resourceful production Makeshift looks to the grassroots: to the garage tinkerers and under-the-radar businesses that make up the global informal economy. This sector of primarily unprotected and unregistered businesses accounts for over three quarters of employment across Asia, Africa, and Latin America. These maker-entrepreneurs are resilient, flexible, and immensely creative.”

Makeshift, a quarterly magazine and multimedia website highlighting creativity and invention in resource-constrained areas around the world, will launch September 30.