Whatever you think of the gig economy—a way to exploit people who don’t know what their talents are worth, or a way to let them monetize their true passions—you’ve got to admit there’s a lot of talent and creativity locked up in it. That’s exactly what Les Jones, a U.K.-based creative director and photographer, wanted to highlight. So he created a magazine commissioned entirely from gigs posted to Fiverr, the popular freelancer marketplace. One year and $1,086 dollars later, it’s now a reality. And honest to god, it rules.