Not for Mass Consumption
Tired of sifting through magazines only to find predictable ads, lacklustre interviews, and pieces on trite subjects? We are too! New in-house are two noteworthy, independent, rare magazines, Kennedy and Compost, hailing from Greece and Argentina respectively. Devoid of ads, we love their hybrid art-book nature with informative, aesthetically fresh content that is anything but banal.
Produced in Athens, Greece, this über cool "Biannual Journal of Curiosities" publication is packed with gorgeous photography, intriguing essays, engaging profiles and interviews of interesting creative types from across the world. Culturally relevant, Kennedy is the ultimate lifestyle magazine that's fresh, dynamic, and lacks pretension. If you're a regular reader of aesthetically similar titles like Apartamento or if you appreciate fashion, art, and design, you will love this new coffee table gem.
View the 3rd edition of Kennedy here.
A bilingual magazine (English & Spanish), Compost gathers diverse materials: essays, sports, comics, interviews, travels, literature, gastronomy, and architecture, amongst other topics. Its aim is to combine information with multiple layers of textures and tone. The result is a collection of eclectic, clever, image-rich essays, offering a glimpse of the contemporary world through the lens of publisher, Juan Ignacio Moralejo’s post modern sensibility. Producing his biannual publication out of Buenos Aires, Moralejo is also a regular contributor to i-D and Apartamento. A pastiche of moods, tones, and various styles of photography, Compost stands out amidst the saturated world of ad-driven, celebrity-obsessed magazines. Quite refreshing, indeed.
Sneak a better peak of Compost here.
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