Lost Magazine #03
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LOST MAGAZINE #03
Travel to see the mountains,
Travel to see the roaring seas,
Travel to savour the local flavours,
Travel to learn new cultures,
Travel to meet new friends,
Travel to make new memories.
But most of all
Travel to forget.
Aaron Gilbreath loses his way in Shitamachi and encounters a mysterious stranger who offers to be his guide in “People of the Low City”.
Alejandro Cascallana discovers the charming multiplicity of Japan and expresses this through his little obsession of photographing taxis in his series “Heterogeneity”.
Kate Lu goes to Fuji Rock and and learns how the Japanese enjoy music in “A Calm Music Festival”.
Matthew Hildebrandt shares his experience on the Trans-Siberian railway, spending 70 days in 8 countries and 185 hours on trains and buses, in “What Colour Are Clouds?”.
Aiyu Zhang learns about life in the temple and how it differs from city life in “Life in Gaomin Temple”.
Issue Three Contributors:
Lee Chang Ming
- product dimensions: 175 x 240 mm