The Annual

Order our print edition and become a HOLO Reader. In addition to our magazine, you’ll get access to everything we publish online for a year.

The HOLO Annual is available in three different tiers. For options and shipping information see below.

Print + Online Edition
  • One copy of the annual print edition (HOLO 4 – ships early 2023)
  • Free shipping anywhere in the world
  • Full access to online content
  • Automatic yearly renewal until canceled
Online Edition
  • Full access to online content
  • Automatic yearly renewal until canceled

Studio Edition
  • For classrooms, labs, and studios
  • Five copies of the annual print edition
  • Free shipping anywhere in the world
  • Full access to the online edition for up to 20 users
  • Automatic yearly renewal until canceled
Print Edition

Included Print Edition: 2022/HOLO4
Release Date: early 2023
Dossier: TBA

Please visit the Shop for back issues of HOLO

Print Edition
  • Annual printed 100+ page publication exploring emerging trajectories in art, science, and technology; each issue features deep thematic research and analysis across mediums and formats (essays, surveys, commentary, illustrations, photography, editorial experiments), drawing from a roster of journalists, cultural critics, artists and designers, and specialists from the humanities and sciences
  • Bonus material like zines, kits, posters, and limited edition artworks
  • Free shipping anywhere in the world
Online Edition
  • Encounters: longform interviews and profiles of key artists, designers, researchers, curators, and cultural producers
  • Production Notes: research snippets, B-roll material, and exclusive previews of the print edition and upcoming online features in the making
  • Stream: an aggregation of cultural commentary, scientific research, emerging technologies, and multidisciplinary art and design—curated by team HOLO.
  • Dossiers: a window into key exhibitions, festivals, and residencies through research and conversation—produced in collaboration with guest writers and artists
  • Guest Features: essays, features, and historical research by invited contributors (coming soon)
  • Archive: selected articles and features from past print editions reimagined in a new online format
  • Special Offers: discounts for products available in the HOLO shop and through our collaborators and partners

Terms and conditions:


HOLO magazine is shipped annually via priority mail from our distribution hub in Berlin. Orders are mailed within two weeks of release: shipping within the EU takes 5-10 business days, orders to North America take 2-3 weeks, and shipping to the rest of the world can take 2-5 weeks. Tracking numbers are not available.

Reader Account

Your deliveries of HOLO magazine and reader-only access to are valid as long as you maintain your annual renewal. You will receive an issue of the magazine once per year regardless of the yearly start/renewal date.

Already ordered HOLO 3?

Customers that already have an order of HOLO 3 on file need to activate their Reader Account. HOLO 3 will be shipped in the Q1 of 2022 to all orders. To maintain your reader account, access reader-only content, and receive future editions of HOLO magazine (after HOLO 3) you will need to “Upgrade” your account to one of the tiers above.

Cancelations and Refund Policy

You can cancel at any time. If you cancel your reader account your access to reader-only content continues until 365 days have passed since your last payment and you have received a print issue. For refunds, please get in touch with us via our contact page.


Become a HOLO Reader: order the annual print edition and get full access to everything we publish online for a year
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