With our fourteenth issue, Fall 2018: The Art Issue, Pattern Magazine (in the biggest issue yet!) features artists Lois Main Templeton, Carl Pope and a bevy of other local talent in the visual arts like Kipp Normand, Justin Vining, Erin Huber, Constance Scopelitis, Samuel Vasquez and others! Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 14
With our thirteenth issue, Spring 2018: Quantum Leap, Pattern Magazine focuses on the intersection of STEM, Design & Fashion. From tintype photographer Dale Bernstein, to Iris Van Herpen’s 3D printed creations to poet laureate Adrian Matejka and maverick chef Jonathan Brooks, we got to spend time with some extraordinary people. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 13
With our twelfth issue, Fall 2017: Under Construction, Pattern Magazine features artists Theaster Gates & Amy Kirchner, legendary architect Richard Meier, and a bevy of local talent in the architecture and interior design fields like Bill Browne, Craig McCormick, Wil Marquez, Gary Nance and others! Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 12
With our eleventh issue, Spring 2017: Explore, Pattern Magazine features Rick Valicenti, Janette Beckman, Cey Adams, Scott Hocking, Laura Mott and more. We also pay a visit to Detroit to celebrate their creative scene. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 11
With our tenth issue, Fall 2016: #MILESTONE, Pattern Magazine is celebrating our five years in print, and the milestones of other great organizations and companies. We also pay a visit to our neighbors to the north, Chicago, and check in with some of Windy City’s outstanding creatives. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 10
With our ninth issue, Spring 2016: #NEXT, Pattern Magazine is shining a spotlight on Indy’s up and coming creatives, social activists, designer, musicians and the like. We also pay a visit to LA, and see what a handful of very ambitious Hoosiers are up to these days. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 9
With our eighth issue, Fall 2015: The Makers, Pattern Magazine is taking a look at the many different people in Central Indiana who are committed to making things with their hands and celebrating their struggles and successes.#madeinIndiana We also take a jaunt to NYC city to see how young creatives born and bred in Indiana are making out in the Big Apple. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 8
With our seventh issue, Spring 2015: WON’T STOP, Pattern Magazine is celebrating Indy’s legacy of professional sports, and featuring Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan on the cover. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 7
With our sixth issue, Fall 2014: LOOK/LISTEN, Pattern Magazine highlights Indy’s music scene with a special focus on hip-hop. Up and coming hip-hop artist EJAAZ graces the cover. Print run: 5000 copies. Vol. 6
With our fifth issue, Spring 2014: DSGN STNDRD, Pattern Magazine is helping grow not just Indianapolis’ fashion industry, but the entire design community, from interior, to industrial to UX. Print run: 3000 copies. Issue #5.
Fall 2014: Momentum celebrated the wonderful swell of city pride that Indianapolis is currently experiencing, once again showcasing talent in the local fashion scene through editorials and feature stories. Print run: 3000 copies. Issue #4.
Spring 2013: Transit featured editorial shoots and articles that focused on the intersection between the on-the-move nature of fashion design and its correlation to the renewed interest in expanding public transit. Print run: 1000 copies. This issue won a Gold ADDY for design as well as an SPJ “Best in Indiana Journalism” Award for the best cover design/photography. Issue #3.
Fall 2012: Body of Work featured local model Brittany Mason, who has appeared in numerous commercial spreads and, most recently, was a top contestant on the hit television model-competition reality show The Face. Print run: 1000 issues. Issue #2.
Spring 2012: (Amazing) Grace featured a cover shoot and interview with local (and now international) model Grace Hartzel, who has gone on to walk in over 80 fashion week shows over the last two years (from New York & London, to Milan, Paris, and various Resort, Pre-Fall and Cruise collections). Print run: 100 issues. Issue #1.