FAQ

What is Makeshift?

Makeshift is a print and online magazine about innovation in informal economies around the world. Think roadside engineers in India, drug smugglers in Mexico, and crowdsourcing on the Internet.

Who publishes Makeshift?

Makeshift is published by Analogue Digital, Inc., whose mission is to research, communicate, and support innovation in resource-constrained areas around the world. Analogue Digital is registered as a not-for-profit organization in the State of New York and is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas. If you’d like to support Makeshift and Analogue Digital’s other activities, you can make a tax-deductible donation via Fractured Atlas.

I’d like to stock Makeshift in my store. Who distributes Makeshift?

We distribute through Ubiquity in New York, Small Changes in Seattle, Atelier in Montreal, and internationally through Central Books in London.

I’m a subscriber. How can I update my mailing address?

Send us a note on our contact page, and we’ll update your address for you.

Can I subscribe digitally?

Sure! The Makeshift Quarterly is available on iPad and Android tablets. In the coming months, our articles will also be available via EBSCO’s Art Source research database.