Intelligent Life Life. Culture. Style. “Delivers on its promise of depth, seriousness, and intelligent wit, underscored by superb graphic design and fine paper and binding.” Library Journal Summer issue on sale now Autumn issue on sale September 2010 Download media pack Download specifications Why do believers have more babies? What is the world’s tallest building for? Where can you rent a lighthouse for the weekend? And are men boring? These and many other questions are explored in Intelligent Life, the quarterly lifestyle magazine from The Economist. We cover everything but the grind: food, wine, cars, sport, fashion, shopping, travel and the arts. We also carry major features on any subject under the sun, as long as it’s interesting. We run big, bold photographs, with a photo essay in every issue. Our contributors are a mixture of Economist staff and leading writers, photographers and illustrators from further afield, from Julian Barnes to Barbara Hulanicki. Like The Economist, we believe in free thinking, clear prose and dry wit. Our readers They are busy, successful and proud of their individuality. For them luxury is about finding experiences that add meaning and value to a rich and varied lifestyle. They are excited by discovery and are inspirational. They are the brand ambassadors whose views are sought out, valued and respected. To find out more about our readers download our latest Reader Research. Intelligent Life informs, stimulates and entertains. It is as sophisticated and idiosyncratic as its readers themselves. For advertisers it is the perfect stage to reach a discerning and influential audience that relishes the exceptional. On sale quarterly in March, June, September and December. Life. Culture. Style. An inspiration. For further information or to enquire about advertising please contact the team in London on +44 (0) 20 7576 8113 or Paris on +33 (0) 1 53 93 67 19 or your local Economist representative.
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