Magazines

  • ramp #63 Happy on the Road
    ramp #63 Happy on the Road
    20,00 EUR
    Happy on the road? You bet. For any respectable car culture magazine, after all, being happy on the road is a mandatory prerequisite. Over time, and with a little bit of luck (which is, after all, a close relative of happiness), these feelings cheerfully blossom into an emotional foundation that ...
  • rampstyle #30 Blue Skies
    rampstyle #30 Blue Skies
    20,00 EUR
    After “All Summer Long” here’s our follow-up issue with the title “Blue Skies”. Of course. Because readers who know a little something about the English singer and songwriter Chris Rea will have already noticed how we’ve come full circle here. The blue sky as a symbol of hopeful optimism about what’s to come.
  • ramp #62 Wild Things
    ramp #62 Wild Things
    20,00 EUR
    Just heading along, the journey itself a wonderfully blank page that presents itself to us with a cheerful unpredictability, as an inspired playing field for trial and error, for curiosity and spontaneity, unexpected surprises and flights of fancy. Wild and untamed. Just like life itself.
  • rampstyle #29 All Summer Long
    rampstyle #29 All Summer Long
    20,00 EUR
    Barcelona in summer. With Alvaro Soler - and a Porsche 911 SC. An approach to the phenomenon and the person Yves Saint Laurent. We spoke with Udo Kier in Palm Springs, and Luc Donckerwolke in his garage. And then there's the cover - and the associated story of House of Spoils.
  • ramp #61 Love Is in the Air
    ramp #61 Love Is in the Air
    20,00 EUR
    Blue skies, the scent of fresh grass, the warmth of the moment – but above all: sunshine. The light of the sun’s rays, scientists say, is the decisive factor at the beginning of the warm season that triggers the merry mix of happiness hormones which energetically drive us headlong into the summer.
  • rampstyle #27 By the Way
    rampstyle #27 By the Way
    20,00 EUR
    Did you know that between thirty and fifty percent of all scientific discoveries are the result of coincidence? Velcro, Viagra, X-rays – sometimes people find things without even looking for them, but they are rewarded with an unexpected alternative.
  • rampstyle #28 Into the Great Wide Open
    rampstyle #28 Into the Great Wide Open
    20,00 EUR
    An exclusive fashion editorial with Tim Bendzko. Unseen pictures by photographer Anouk Masson Krantz. A conversation with star director Guy Ritchie and a somewhat different interview with musician Dan Auerbach. All this and much more awaits you in this issue of rampstyle.
  • ramp #60 Too Cool to Handle.
    ramp #60 Too Cool to Handle.
    20,00 EUR
    A magazine about coolness? Among other things. But one thing at a time. First of all, it’s off to the movies. There’s this businessman from Boston who helps relieve a bank of a substantial amount of money. The insurance companies are on to him, but they can’t prove a thing. That, in a nutshell, is the plot of...
  • ramp #59 Tomorrow Is Yesterday
    ramp #59 Tomorrow Is Yesterday
    18,00 EUR
    “Tomorrow Is Yesterday” was the title of an episode of the television series Star Trek, and although it was the nineteenth episode overall, it was the first to flicker into German living rooms fifty years ago this May. The story revolved around timelines and time travel.
  • ramp #58 Hot Wheels
    ramp #58 Hot Wheels
    18,00 EUR
    We love to play. To playfully try things out that make us curious. Whether these things want to be played with or not. Because the challenge is part of the game. Just like in real life.
  • rampstyle #26 Good News
    rampstyle #26 Good News
    15,00 EUR
    Two thin ovals far up inside a circle, a curved arc below, sketched on sunny yellow. In a split second, our brain has combined the elements into a smiling face, instantly putting us in a good mood. Wonderful! A smiley like that just feels good.
  • rampdesign 2018
    rampdesign 2018
    10,00 EUR
    The world is changing. And the car is allowed to reinvent itself just as vividly as the entire car industry. And that's where design and designers come into play. Because good design, in combination with a consistent and holistic design-first culture, makes all the difference - and thus becomes a competitive advantage. We have devoted an entire issue to this topic. And we have based it on the world of the Volkswagen Group.
  • ramp #57 Really?
    ramp #57 Really?
    15,00 EUR
    If you think logical thinking is the perfect epistemological tool, you’d better put this magazine aside right now. Unfortunately, life is not unconditionally logical. More like merrily untamed. But no matter. People may think logically – but also always intuitively. The ideal philosophical method: dialectics.
  • rampspecial New Horizon
    rampspecial New Horizon
    20,00 EUR
    With the New Horizon, Christian Zschocke created a sculpture on four wheels that whets the appetite for the future. In an interview, the Frankfurt-based lawyer explains why he would like to see more courage in society, how the car actually drives, and why he was totally taken aback by the reactions to the art project.
  • rampstyle #25 Keep It Simple and Smart
    rampstyle #25 Keep It Simple and Smart
    15,00 EUR
    We prefer to experience our world not only as rather complicated, but also as extremely complex. And there we are, more or less merrily in the middle of it all.