The 31st edition of Fantastic Man explores the extraordinary world of REM KOOLHAAS and his fixation with the countryside. Made with, and on, the legendary architect and contrarian thinker it is a thorough investigation into how we live now and how the rural might bring us into the future.
This issue goes deep inside the idea of, well, inside.
From the Finnish concept of inner fortitude to how cannabis affects the most intimate parts of our bodies to instructions on how to make magazine within a magazine, Volume Four explores all the different ways one can be inside—or outside, for that matter.
Cover art by Leeor Wild. Scroll down for more from inside this issue—no pun intended.
Gossamer looks at the world—travel, design, art, culture, and food—through a green lens. We tell stories that channel the mindset of someone having their best high: interviews, features, photo essays, recommendations, and more that will pique your curiosity, make you laugh, change your perspective, or just give you something to do on a slow, stoned Sunday.
In Volume III we focus on how we make sense of our world through art and how being surrounded by art enriches our lives. From their Berlin home, artist Anselm Reyle and architect Tanja Lincke talk about how building amid ruins helped them rediscover creative freedom. In Paris we meet the couple behind fashion brand Zadig & Voltaire whose art-filled home is imbued with their effortless style while in Milan we visit the apartment that is part private base, part project for the visionary co-founder of design firm Studiopepe and her photographer husband. In Helsinki we meet a couple whose life revolves around their remarkable collection of contemporary art and Finnish design. Star Danish architect and designer David Thulstrup reveals his latest residential project, a Copenhagen attic apartment inspired by his interiors of Noma restaurant. A photo essay by fashion photographer Henrik Bülow, run as a special 16-page insert, interprets the Bauhaus through the lens of fashion photography and still life. Exploring ephemerality and light a second insert showcases the beguiling art of Ann Veronica Janssens; stylist Pernille Vest uses transparent materials to express floating forms and Studio Oliver Gustav is the setting for a dialogue with the master of Nordic light, artist Vilhelm Hammershøi.
Ark Journal Volume III is out March 26.
At Ark Journal we explore the spaces around us, the objects we put in them and the people who make them. Bridging architecture, design and art, we show them as interplay rather than in silos, and with a sense of enduring Scandinavian values and aesthetics. We celebrate good ideas, honest and inventive design and materials and encourage critical debate. Each issue we visit extraordinary homes around the world that are more than the sum of their parts and that express the personal narratives of the people who live in them, their philosophies and influences. By placing architecture at the core of Ark Journal, we want to consider it in the broader context of our lives, reflecting its more humanistic side and celebrating tactility and individual dimensions.
Copenhagen-based, Ark Journal is a biannual magazine founded by Editor-in-Chief Mette Barfod and made by an experienced team of designers, stylists, photographers and editors. The 240-page magazine is sold in 25 countries around the world.
The themes we explored for the second issue of Where the Leaves Fall focused on death, journey and seeds, alongside a number of essays in the dialogues section.
ALL THINGS MUST PASS
In this section we look at how Ana Mendieta celebrated her own mortality in her work, exploring the cycle of life and death and our connection with nature. Transcending the spiritual and philosophical to the actual, Antonina Savytska’s visceral images of the last months of her aunt’s life paints a stark and honest portrait of our relationship not just with death, but the life that leads us there and the patterns and behaviours of the ancestors that live through us. And we look at how societal conventions around death, developed to make the process as comfortable and acceptable as possible, are being challenged by environmentalists with the aim of ‘greening’ the system.
THROUGH OUR JOURNEY
We begin our exploration of journey (as well as the cover image) with The Flower Laboratory’s reuse of heather flowers leftover from a fashion shoot as art, as communion, as rehabilitation. Then we explore the Russian cultural phenomenon of the dacha, the plot of land and residence beyond the city boundaries where people can escape to nature. With ayahuasca, another way to commune with nature, we question the impact of yagé tourism on Indigenous communities.
LIVING WITH SEEDS
Seeds are a ubiquitous part of our daily lives and in this section we explore different seed interactions – whether it’s searching for endangered flora in Kyrgyzstan, understanding how seeds are used to communicate with ancestors in Zimbabwe, discovering the world’s largest seed in the Seychelles, or exploring the structure and ways seeds disperse through the camera’s lens.
Our dialogues offer a range of ideas and different perspectives, including climate change activism in Africa, how death should be celebrated as a part of the food cycle, the water element, bringing climate change to our doorstep, the ecosystems that thrive above our heads, and drawing a garden in motion.
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Our contact with nature has been broken. The environment that most of us are born into is mainly brick and concrete. The animals that we share this space with are largely pets or pests – the spider climbing the wall lost in our territory. The fridge buzzes quietly in the kitchen, full of the industrialised and processed produce it’s keeping cool. Our lives, thoughts, consciousness, become overwhelmed and consumed by the digital world that we connect with through a range of different sized screens. Our wonder at the natural beauty our planet presents to us is one step removed by the screen resolution and detail of the image.
Without that contact how can we really understand the impact of the decisions we make as people and governments? How can we even truly understand ourselves as a part of nature? Where the Leaves Fall is a magazine that explores humankind’s push-pull relationship with the natural world.
To kick off the new decade, we’re featuring one of the most enduring stars of the last one (and the one before that). Jennifer Aniston has covered many, many magazines over the course of her career—many not by choice—but never quite like this. On the heels of her career renaissance thanks to her blistering performance on the Apple TV+ drama The Morning Show, the 51-year-old actor connected with one of her closest friends, Sandra Bullock, for a candid conversation about lifetime bonds, brown liquor, and that time they dated the same guy. Elsewhere, another ‘90s sitcom queen and national treasure Julia Louis-Dreyfus opens the floor for questions from 21 of her famous friends and admirers.
Ahead of her North American film debut in the live-action remake of Mulan, the Chinese superstar Yifei Liu tells Awkwafina what it’s like bringing a beloved character to life. Meanwhile, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and actor Tracy Letts tells his Little Women director Greta Gerwig why his new Broadway play The Minutes is not—but sort of is—a commentary on the Trump era. Superstar producer and social media savant Diplo inhabits a rogues gallery of alter-egos as he tries on 15 boot-cut pants in roughly 15 minutes. The pop sensation Normani answers questions from the writings of Andy Warhol, while the artist Alex Da Corte tells his friend, the musician St. Vincent, about his modern-day reinvention of the violent “Chicken Happening” (you have to read it to believe it). And the Estonian hip-hop curiosity takes us on a hallucinatory tour of the former Soviet Bloc. All that, and so much more.
Andy Warhol’s Interview is a publication featuring interviews with the world’s hottest and most sought after personalities. It contains all the current gossip, fashion, films, books, photographs, music, art and politics and is lavishly and dramatically illustrated with black and white and color photographs.
Launched in September 2012, the quarterly magazine Milk Decoration seeks to inspire contemporary, urban, post-Web 2.0 families in matters of decor, design, travel and lifestyle.
Let yourselves be guided by the Milk Decoration collective: the aesthetes who’ll do their best to surprise and entertain you or just feed your dreams… We’ll introduce you to our seasonal favourites and the latest discoveries found on our travels, or during a chance meeting or decorative adventure.
Open your eyes wide, and simply follow the inspirational paths we’ve laid out for you not only in our magazine pages but also on our website day by day. We’ll present the latest trends in home decoration and innovations in design, some of the secrets behind successful interior decor, the home environment of style icons and sought-after destinations of the moment…
ISSUE 5 – SPRING 2020 CELEBRATING THE JOYS OF GARDENING AND NATURE
Welcome to the spring edition of Bloom! It’s packed with practical advice, inspiring stories about nature and a celebration of all things green.
In issue 5, you’ll get the full lowdown on planting seeds to create a beautiful container garden, learn about ‘rewilding’ your garden, and get top tips on caring for carnivorous houseplants. We also share excellent suggests for unusual potatoes, delicious herbs and scented plants, as well as stories on the power of community farms, the brilliance of kitchen gardens and even an eye-opening report on having an eco afterlife. All that, plus more things to do, grow, cook and buy throughout the spring season…
Beautiful and hardworking, Bloom for anyone with a passion for nature: so dig in, whether you have a garden, a balcony or a windowsill.
Bloom is a magazine for gardeners, plant admirers, nature lovers, curious explorers and outdoor adventurers. It is beautiful and useful; it looks lovely and it works hard; it makes you muse on the handsomeness of nature and it inspires you to get out there and be a part of it.
Bloom promises practical gardening projects, an exploration of the natural world and a celebration of the beauty of all green spaces, whether they’re in the countryside or the middle of the city, on your windowsill or in an allotment, highly groomed or utterly wild.
Escapism; noun. The tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy. Alongside your bi-monthly slice of culture, fashion and photography, you’ll find exclusive shoots and interviews with FLETCHER, Young Dolph, Brandz & Zion, Deathbyromy, Mad Teeth, Mozzy, Oscar Jerome, Sam Dotia and Spencer Barnett.
Full of 200+ pages of music, culture and beautiful living,
Often compared to a book in terms of size and quality,
Perfect for your coffee table or backpack,
Each tmrw volume is printed on recycled paper in the United Kingdom,
We’re proud to be partnered with Offset Earth to help lower our impact on the climate.
The fourth volume in Jack Pierson’s celebrated Tomorrow’s Man artist book series mixes imagery from all spectrums of the visual landscape into a single mediation on the world around us. Combining archival material together with contributions by emerging and established artists, Tomorrow’s Man 4 continues on where the earlier volumes left off. Mixed together in its signature all over design format this installment showcases historical pen and ink sketches by John Tottenham, hummingbird portraits by Brian Calvin, glazed ceramic constructions by Liz Larner, and deadpan street shots by Trevor Hernandez (better known to many by his Instagram handle Gang Culture) together with contributions by Cali Dewitt, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Lily Stockman, Richard Tinkler, and Evan Whale.
The title, Tomorrow’s Man, comes from an infamous bodybuilding magazine from the 1950s and ‘60s. Reappropriating the publication’s title as well as its retro bodybuilding aesthetic, Pierson takes viewers on a dizzying visual journey encompassing the full spectrum of cultural references. Includes a four large fold-out posters
Published by Bywater Bros. Editions, 2017 104 pages, softcover 10 x 7.25 inches / 25.4 x 18.4 cm
This book is the third volume in Jack Pierson’s ground-breaking Tomorrow’s Man series, in which the artist has assembled an art-fueled creative collaboration that harkens back to the thirteen volumes of The Yellow Book published between 1894-1897. Whereas the first two Tomorrow’s Man volumes implied an increasing density of layered imagery and over twenty-five artists, Tomorrow’s Man 3 amplifies the work of just four artists. Richard Tinkler’s delicate geometric abstractions are highlighted once again, working in concert with Pierson’s recent series of figure studies; activist text works by Peter Fend that cry out for environmental justice; and a short story by Veralyn Behenna entitled ‘The Flavor of Your Wish’ in which an expatriate woman contemplates masculine beauty in a Grecian taverna. This is the first time Tomorrow’s Man has included previously unpublished work by Pierson.
Woven into a poetic framework of connections, the resulting narrative takes the Tomorrow’s Man series into new terrain that combines the vernacular of classic photography with the urgent, geo-political narratives of Fend’s texts, and the psychedelic reverberations of Tinkler’s drawings. The result is a publication that is itself a collaborative work of art which, with Pierson’s creative hand, manages to highlight each contributor, while simultaneously melding everything into a sophisticated mediation on culture and nature.
Published by Bywater Bros. Editions, 2015 120 pages, softcover 10 x 7.25 inches / 25.4 x 18.4 cm
Food& issue 5 ‘Losers’ is featuring: Alex Weir, Alif Ibrahim, Angela Fox, Anna Breit, Ashkan Sahihi, Bailan Lan, Bep Broos, Blanca Font, Carolin Martin, Cécile Vexler, Chalisa Chanchuvanichkul, Chenille Harris, Chris Sav, Eva Pedroza, Eve Ahearn, Ilka & Franz, Jale Reyhan Sengul, Jiaqing Mo, Juan Gabriel Miño, Johanna Michel, Jolanda Obleser, Juliette Quédec, Kit Fletcher, Leopold & Ulrich, Luyi Wang, Mariangela Gallo, Martha Burger, Melina Matzanke, Nele Mailin Obermüller, Nicole Buckland, Pati De, Paula Blower, Pete Hillstrom, Philippe Cavaleri, Robert Norman, Sam Dixon, Sam Selley, Santiago Dammert, Ellie Walton, Si Tang, Sid and Geri, Sophia Weisstub, Stefania Zanetti, Veronica Manchego, Whitney Flores.
Die Maus ist ein Wesen mit vielen Facetten. Und sie ist uns ähnlicher, als wir denken. Stimmen doch die Gene von Mensch und Maus zu 98 Prozent überein. Getreu dem Sprichwort «Mit Speck fängt man Mäuse», haben wir uns mit ebensolchem eingedeckt, mit ihm Mäuse respektive Geschichten über sie gefangen und den kleinen Nagern eine ganze Transhelvetica-Ausgabe gewidmet. Und keine Sorge: Auch wer sich vor Mäusen fürchtet, kann dies ohne Schreiattacke tun.
Inklusive Reiseführer Berner Jura & Biel und Ausstellungen!
DAS REISE- UND LIFESTYLE BOOKAZINE FÜR STAND UP PADDLER
Du gleitest leise über das Wasser, hörst das Plätschern unter deinem Board, das Zwitschern der Vögel, das Summen der Bienen. Dein Blick schweift über die Landschaft, alles zieht in einem angenehmen und beruhigenden Tempo an dir vorbei. Dein Atem ist ruhig, deine Seele noch mehr. Du spürst eine innere Zufriedenheit und wirst eins mit deiner Umgebung.
Genau dieses Erlebnis möchten wir dir mit den Liquid Trails ermöglichen. Unser Bookazine spricht eine neue Generation Reisende an, die auf dem SUP achtsam und respektvoll die Welt erkunden. Das hochwertige Bookazine ist reich an inspirierenden Trails, dokumentiert mit spannenden Texten und faszinierenden Bildern.
VÉHICULE IS THE ONLY JOURNAL FOR AVANT-GARDE TRANSPORTATION.
VÉHICULE is an annual edition, produced independently and ad-free without external influence. Its contents are the products of intensive, direct scrutiny making for a concisely tailored catalog of avant-garde transportation. It isn't intended for everyone.
At the center of the VÉHICULE's first edition is a deep dive into the underworld of offshore powerboating. Our investigation of the world's most dangerous sport starts in the 1970s with Ben Kramer, a South Florida kid with a penchant for living fast. In Miami, thrillseekers quickly found the tightly interwoven worlds of boats and drugs.
This is the story of Kramer's life and times—his racing and smuggling careers, business dealings, associates, ultimate downfall and how the American justice system twisted the murder of boating star Don Aronow against him.
This year's edition also highlights modern-day smuggling, fine art and design:
JEFF KOONS designs for superyacht Guilty ERWIN WURM on sculpture and society HENRIK PURIENNE and immortalizing the moment HARMONY KORINE breaks down the boating scene
2020 edition 27 × 21 × 1.3 cm, 160 pages Bound offset print on paper Ad-free, handmade in Germany
St. Moritz magazine is a new publication that covers all the news, views and stories from life at the top of the world. From food to fashion, it offers an elevated take on the town’s extraordinary people, culture and lifestyle.
The official publication of St. Moritz takes a fresh look at the refined living, world-class culture, exhilarating sports and pristine natural beauty that can only be found in this mountain metropolis. The launch issue includes a feature on the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz; a tour around conceptual artist Rolf Sachs’s sporting Alpine home; a revealing interview with PR maven Karla Otto; all the fashion essentials you need to stay chic and cosy at 1,856 metres above sea level; and much more.
St. Moritz magazine is published by ESTM AG and edited, designed and produced by Winkreative, the global creative agency founded by Monocle editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé. Inspired by the sense of perspective and clarity of thought afforded by St. Moritz’s lofty position, Winkreative took a unique approach to creating the magazine, with editorial features that convey “Views from the top”, a larger print format, a stacked logotype and art direction that makes the most of the area’s striking light and shadow.
In the Spring 2020 issue of The Cultured Traveller magazine, the team visits the historic Swiss city of ZÜRICH, the beautiful unspoilt idyl of KOH PHRA THONG in Thailand and stunning LOŠINJ island in the Croatian archipelago. We check into hotels and resorts right across the globe - from PANAMA to LAOS and everywhere in between - and tuck into scrumptious cuisine in SRI LANKA, SPAIN and SWITZERLAND. Occupying six floors above Cape Town’s ground-breaking Zeitz MOCAA art museum, THE SILO hotel has redrawn Cape Town’s hospitality landscape - our Editor-in-Chief unpacks his cases in one of the its royal suites. The original Latin pop star, GLORIA ESTEFAN, gives The Cultured Traveller an exclusive in-depth interview, and we look back at the incredible career of fashion icon KARL LAGERFELD. Plus, every reader has an opportunity to win a four-night luxury stay at Sofitel's new 5-star landmark hotel located in the heart of Mexico City
The original style magazine returns with the best stories, culture, talent, fashion, photography and design in the world. A no-brow bounty of film, sports, sex, drugs, pop, politics and four great cover stars.
Launched by Nick Logan in London in 1980, The Face is the original, definitive style magazine.
From the beginning it was a cultural trailblazer, covering music, fashion, film, TV, society, politics and global current affairs. And it covered them with invention, innovation, wit and class – and not to mention with groundbreaking graphic design.
The gallery of cover stars is as eclectic as it is iconic: from Kate Moss to Alexander McQueen, New Order to The Stone Roses, Grace Jones to David Beckham, Beyoncé to Björk. The talent behind the stories was legendary, too, as the magazine worked with the best writers, photographers, stylists and designers in the world. The Face didn’t only report on the culture. It became the culture. For over 25 years, The Face was at the heart of British and international creativity.
Now, in 2019, The Face is reborn. A new team with a new vision for a new age, but proudly retaining the magazine’s founding vision and core principals. A forward-thinking, multi-platform title staying true to Logan’s pioneering spirit.
The Face will continue to champion fresh talent in music, fashion, TV, film and beyond; fly the flag for provocative, rigorous, long-form journalism; and celebrate the best in style and graphic design. It is a space for immersive, dynamic, multi-faceted stories. It is a space for fun, passion and enthusiasm.
Relaunched and reimagined as theface.com in April. Resurrected as a quarterly print magazine starting with the September issue.
The Face is back. Still original, still definitive. Endless discovery for a new generation.
☆ MEGA MARGOT ☆ The incredible Margot Robbie covers V123, the New Hollywood issue. Our leading lady leads V into a new decade as our first cover star of 2020. Following her role in the explosive film Bombshell, Robbie gears up for her maniacal role as Harley Quinn in Birds of Prey, but not before sitting down with fellow actress Charlize Theron for a candid discussion on all things Hollywood.
Creation. A concept too big to define. It’s an active process—a state of feeling and an energy that is always unfolding, blossoming and exploding into existence. Each woman we feature in this issue is fueled by a magnetic desire to express themselves fully and to use this influence to empower others. Through intimate conversations, they speak honestly about the courage needed to tap into and express their inner worlds.
Romance Journal is a publication devoted to exploring truth and raising our collective consciousness. In the midst of personal trials and global challenges each issue, based on a theme, will explore human experiences through the eyes of powerful, thoughtful, and creative humans awakening to their life's purpose.
The third issue, White Sindrom, explores our own interpretation of white through the concept of a blank canvas—a starting point for every story in this issue.
For us, a blank canvas is not only an object in a painter’s atelier. It is the possibilities of nothingness reaching beyond, and it represents the transitions between creativity, emptiness, minimalism, balance, calmness and perfectionism, the main themes this issue explores throughout its 186 pages.
We present the blank canvas of different creatives across multiple industries. These include writer Agnese Kleina (Benji Knewman), illustrator Maria Sainte, poet Phoebe Wang, photographer and set designer duo Paris se quema, architect Andrew Trotter, stylist Denis Bjerregaard, graphic designer Luke Hayman, and many more. We take on topics such as the creative block, old age, the stigma of creativity, the work-life balance, wiping the slate clean, emotional minimalism, among many others - through conceptual, carefully curated editorials, thought pieces and visual essays.
Last images credits: Julie Bjarnhoff, Thomas Wiuf Schwartz
Sindroms is a journal of monochrome states of mind, published in print biannually. Curating its content based on specific colours, it investigates them across culture, and immerses its readers in the feelings and moods evoked by each colour.
The second issue, Yellow Sindrom, delves into design, lifestyle and culture through the lens of ‘yellow’ feelings, such as happiness, optimism, friendship, anxiety and jealousy.
We talked to emerging artists such as Wang & Söderström, Zsofia Kollar and Le Morandine, and work with many extremely talented photographers, artists, and writers, in order to bring you a yellow emotional rollercoaster that unfolds within 182 colourful pages.
We take on topics such as the societal pressure of putting on a happy face, inappropriate jokes, emojis, junk food, blonde hair—and so much more—through conceptual, carefully curated editorials, thought pieces, and visual essays.
Sindroms is a journal of monochrome states of mind, published in print biannually. Curating its content based on specific colours, it investigates them across culture, and immerses its readers in the feelings and moods evoked by each colour.
Process Journal is a quarterly released graphic design publication. The aim of the journal is not only to serve as a source of inspiration for designers and graphic designers alike, but also to take a look at the ‘process’ behind some of the world’s most influential creative work. Printed on high quality uncoated stocks utilising a five-colour printing process, the journal comprises 88 pages of advertising-free content.
EATEN No. 7: Carbs features satisfyingly starchy stories of centuries past, from the pornographic pastries of Sicilian convents to the forbidden couscous of Inquisition Spain and the glutenous delights of Imperial China (Winter 2020).
Victoria Flexner on Witches and Rye Ariel Knoebel on the Rise of the Marathon Pasta Party Julia Fine on Potato Imperialism in British India ...and more!
EATEN is a new, beautifully designed print magazine focused on everything food history. Three times a year we publish a new volume filled with a cornucopia of old recipes, enlightening gastronomic essays, and the fascinating and forgotten tales of the people who have grown, cooked, and enjoyed all things edible over the centuries.
Our contributors and readers are a cohort of passionate journalists, historians, and gastronomers eager to celebrate the past and present of what we eat.
What happens when we lose our religion and God is declared Dead? How do young people find meaning and spiritual fulfilment? And are we really as secular as we think? Discover the stories of believers and non-believers from all over the continent.
What it means to be European in an increasingly chaotic world.
As the first magazine for European ideas, Are We Europe brings you borderless journalism from the next generation of storytellers. We all know Europe is a rich patchwork of cultures and identities — now we’re bringing those stories directly to your feed.
Much of our obsession with astrology, our obsession with projections about the future, has to do with our anxiety about the present. The state of our world has queer and marginalized people uneasy. But it’s in times like these that the future doesn’t make us anxious, but instead excited to take control of manifesting the world we want to live in. Many of the themes in this issue are a projection of a better queer future: Olly Alexander’s tech-obsessed artistic practice or the visionary outlook on the modeling industry of New Pandemics. Then there are those which comment on the future, by way of looking at the past, like Jacob Tobia’s harrowing tale of navigating the gay world as a genderqueer person, Jim Parsons’ honoring of the AIDS epidemic, or Tom Capelonga’s survey of queer pop culture in the Twentieth Century.
When we take time to look at ourselves and our past, we start to pay attention to what the patterns of our life are telling us. But learning about yourself “is not the same as leading a meaningful life,” reminds astrologer Chani Nicholas. “It’s a portal into something that, if worked with, meditated on, leads to everything else.” We owe ourselves the time to evaluate the space we take up. That awareness gives us reason. It guides us forward, into everything that follows.
More than a magazine, Hello Mr. is a community of men who date men. The introduction to a new conversation. From 2012 to 2018, it amplified the voices of emerging and established artists, writers, and photographers who helped shape the change in LGBTQ media by championing more inclusive representation of queer people. Each of the ten issues reflects a range of experiences in a neatly-curated museum, carefully built to exhibit the stories of gay and queer men during its respective time of publication. From the start, Hello Mr. was a space to understand one another better through a deeper understanding of ourselves. But it became something bigger. Together, we built a platform to showcase unheard queer stories on a global stage.
Thread’ is a new magazine published by TextielMuseum / TextielLab. Located in Tilburg, the Dutch museum and atelier is taking textiles to a whole new level through the expertise of world-class talent, cutting-edge design innovations, exhibitions and masterclasses, and the most advanced digital weaving software, 3D knitting machines, laser-cutting equipment, and more. This first issue offers a broad overview of today’s booming textile industry, featuring interviews with Formafantasma, Rafaël Rozendaal, and Carole Baijings, profiles of designers Mae Engelgeer and Jaime Hayon, collection photos by Floor Knaapen, an interactive new work by Bart Hess, and more.
128 p, ills colour, 22 x 31 cm, pb, English
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