Magazine ideas and information about things that haven’t happened, and maybe never will (artworks that are impossible to realise, projects that haven’t got off the ground, the beginnings of ideas, or research that is still ongoing). The aim is not to catalogue or archive these projects, instead they are considered as starting points. The magazine is named after Monaco, a small city-state on the French Riviera. Monaco contributors (Issue 3): Babak Ghazi, Cover. Eddie Peake, 'Everything Belongs to Me'. Sofia Coppoloa, 'Projection and reflection (snow)'. Kathy Noble, 'Story'. Jennifer Bailey, 'Flowers and Pizza'. Charles Veyron, 'Two see-through pinkish pages 23'. Paul Simon Richards, 'Superslam Wrestling, Croydon, May 2011'. Gordon Shrigley, 'Marking Time (An Infinite Series)'. Come Ciment, 'Projection and reflection (newspaper)'. Rosie Cooper and Ariella Yedgar, 'Advertisement for "In the Belly of the Whale: Part Two"'. Charles Veyron, 'Two see-through pinkish pages 23. Jessica Wiesnee, It turns out it wasnt't. What it actually was, were details of a particular way to walk down on the high street. I guess you had to be there'. Patrick Shier (with Mike Haworth), 'Love Sensation'. Designed by Rebecca Crouch. Dominique Hurth, 'Foreword (the language in the darkness of the world through inverse images)'. Jenifer Evans, 'An artist in Beirut'. Giorgio Silverio, 'Projection and reflection (carpet)'. Will French, 'Infinite Unknown'.