Terroir is a bespoke bi-annual magazine that looks at travel from the point of view of its home country, Singapore. Roughly translating to mean “a sense of place” in French, Terroir seeks to collaborate with and showcase Singaporean perspectives on travel.
The intriguing thing about it is its production method; every page is printed on an A3 inkjet at the home of publisher Benjamin Koh, which takes five hours per copy; it takes another hour to poke holes in the pages for the stitch binding; an hour to bind and three final hours for the glue to dry. Ten hours per copy explains its cost, currently $125. Spotted on Magculture.