Stonington, Maine: the lobster capital of the world.
Breakfast: coffee and a lobster omelet for editorial director Seth Putnam at Stonington's Harbor Cafe.
The crimson fields of Deer Isle in November.
Clean lines at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.
Editorial meeting: coffee and lobster omelettes at the Harbor Cafe in Stonington.
Where the land meets the sea: the view from inside Acadia National Park.
Before we ever report on a place, we scout it to make sure it has the kind of stories and characters that could fill an entire magazine issue. We've been wanting to produce an "episode," so to speak, on Maine's Penobscot Bay for about two years—ironically, it's the first place we ever scouted after our inaugural trip to Marfa, Texas.
Little did we know that it wouldn't be Issue 2 (we'd have to wait until 2017, and it would actually be Issue 5.) But now that our production trip has wrapped, we decided to reminisce with some of the images creative director Jesse Lenz made during our first ever trip to this incredible part of the United States. Enjoy.
AS OUR PRINTER IS TO OUR PHYSICAL MAGAZINE, SO IS SQUARESPACE TO OUR DIGITAL PRESENCE. FROM DAY ONE, THE PLATFORM HAS PROVIDED THE PIXELS FOR THE COLLECTIVE QUARTERLY'S LIFE ONLINE. THAT'S WHY WE'RE PROUD TO PARTNER WITH THEM TO BRING YOU THIS PROCESS JOURNAL: A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT HOW WE MAKE IT ALL HAPPEN.