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Travel and design magazine Collective Quarterly presents their very first issue highlighting a single geographic location, focusing on the artisans, music, food and natural wonders that make it special. For their inaugural issue, they’ve chosen Absaroka, a region of Montana that once considered becoming its own state. Inside you’ll find a range of local characters and makers, including a company that supplies bags to U.S. special forces, Blackfeet Indians who make their living on the backs of bucking horses, a man who has spent the past few decades following the movements of grizzly bears, and much more.

Collective Quarterly also partnered with several of the companies featured in Absaroka to produce a handful of limited edition, co-branded goods, which you can view over at their online shop.

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