Journalism, Photographie, Design, Magazine
We believe that good stories can change a society. With the FROH! magazine, we look for scope in everyday life and tell stories about people who shape their environment: A teacher lends his car to strangers and experiences a surprise; a man sits on a mailbox all day and almost instigates a riot; a desert town in Utah turns off the NSA's water; two people embark on the last journey of their lives and a designer starts every day from scratch in a favela and still gets ahead.
In this magazine, we tried to examine the boundaries of an interconnected world. Does more knowledge make us more or less free? How far does our communication reach? What about our tolerance? Who decides what we see and what we don't? Or is the future of thought itself the domain of machines?
The Magazine has become an appeal for transgression, creative spaces and for the courage to push your horizon a little further.
Klaus Neuburg, Simon Roth, Jeanette Weber and Miriam Becker
„Froh! trägt seinen Namen zu Recht, man wird nämlich seines Lebens froh, wenn man sich dieser Form des literarischen Journalisums überlässt.“ – Roger Willemsen