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  • Apartamento

    Apartamento #27

    $39.90

    Featuring: Sabrina Fuentes, Pedro Friedeberg, Lucia Pescador, Alex Streeter, Tabboo!, Victor Barragán, Anders Frederik Steen & Anne Bruun Blauert, David Numwami, Luo Yang, Alexandra Cunningham Cameron & Seth Cameron, Leopold Banchini, Larry Stanton, Mario García Torres, and Roger Herman. Plus: the New York home of Louise Bourgeois, ‘All the things I know’, the first chapter in a graphic novel by Zebadiah Keneally, and ‘The imitations’, a short story by Ottessa Moshfegh.

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  • Aperture

    Aperture Magazine (Back Issues)

    $30.00

    Aperture magazine, based in New York City, is an international quarterly journal specializing in photography. Created in 1952 by photographers and writers as “common ground for the advancement of photography,” Aperture today is a multi-platform publisher and center for the photo community.MagazineProduct Dimensions: 159 x 238 mmPublished by Aperture

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  • Victor Boullet

    Estate Of: Kronos

    $38.00

    Estate Of is the new publication series from Antenne Publishing. Published twice a year in a magazine-like stapled format, each edition is given to a single artist working with photographs as a space to realise projects. Estate Of aims to become a meeting point between an informal physical object, and a substantial body of work from an individual artist. Kronos by Victor Boullet is the first publication in the Estate Of series. Victor Boullet’s title refers to the Greek god Kronos, a deity kn...

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  • Half Mystic

    Half Mystic #5

    $25.00

    Issue V of Half Mystic Journal is out now, a stunning compilation of contemporary art, lyrics, and writing in celebration of music in all its forms. This issue showcases the theme of cadenza: the saxophone laugh – the air of smoke and blue – the love affair as old-fashioned as it is timeless. Cadenza embodies swing jazz and tapping feet, midnight on cobblestoned streets, drunken solo out a three-story window, drowsy night and clumsy dance, serenade with the stars as a microphone. Issue V cont...

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  • Kinfolk

    Kinfolk Magazine

    $30.00

    Delving deeply into home, work, style and culture, Kinfolk promotes quality of life and connects a global community of creative professionals from London to Tokyo. Since 2011, Kinfolk has become a leading lifestyle authority with a dynamic mix of print and online media, including a quarterly magazine sold in over 100 countries in four languages, daily posts on Kinfolk.com, bestselling books, plus international events and a gallery space in the heart of Copenhagen. Product Dimensions: 216 x 27...

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: A.P.C.

    $32.90

    A.P.C. is a Parisian fashion brand founded by Jean Touitou in 1987 during an experiment with a men’s clothing collection called Hiver 87. A.P.C., which stands for Atelier de Production et de Création, is known for the unique and unassuming yet highly refined aesthetics applied to top-quality fabrics in their products. With iconic items like Japanese selvage denim pants, the Half Moon bag, and the Judith Sandals, A.P.C. extends its appeal beyond Paris to global metropolises like Tokyo, London,...

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    Magazine B: Acne Studios

    $32.90

    Founded in 1996 by Jonny Johansson and three partners, with only 10,000 euros, Acne was first launched as a small advertising and design agency in Stockholm. Acne, an abbreviation for “Ambition to Create Novel Expression,” is characterized as a creative collective that freely does whatever it wants, just as the name shows. One day, the company produced just 100 pairs of jeans to emerge as Stockholm’s representative denim brand. In 2006, Acne separated its fashion endeavors to create an indepe...

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    Magazine B: Bali

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    Bali is the only island in the Indonesian archipelago that is predominately Hindu, in contrast to the rest of the islands, which comprise the world’s largest Muslim population. For the Balinese, Hinduism is not just a religion—it’s a fundamental social and spiritual value that forms the bedrock of Balinese culture, from dance and painting to architecture. In the 1970s, Ngurah Rai International Airport was expanded, and Australian surfers flocked to the small island. This first generation of f...

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    Magazine B: Bangkok

    $32.90

    Located in central Thailand, Bangkok has been the nation’s political, economic, and cultural epicenter since it was designated capital by King Rama I in 1782. Bangkok is a transformative city that has retained its Buddhist-centered royal culture while also embracing the Chinese, Vietnamese, and Malaysian immigrant cultures with extraordinary openness. Long known as the number one tour destination, Bangkok boasts expertise in the hospitality industry cultivated by leading global hotel brands t...

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    Magazine B: Blue Bottle Coffee

    $32.90

    A global byword for specialty coffee, Blue Bottle Coffee was established by the clarinet player-turned-coffee guru James Freeman in 2002. Freeman established firm footing for the brand’s distinct coffee culture based on his experience selling drip coffee from a cart at farmers’ markets. His secret is to focus entirely on the delicate nuances of coffee beans and hospitality-based individualized service. Somewhat of a unicorn in the coffee world, Blue Bottle Coffee has attracted significant inv...

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    Magazine B: G-Shock

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    G-Shock is the first wristwatch brand created by Casio in 1983. When the watch industry was divided into high-end Swiss watches and an ocean of indiscernible low-end brands, G-Shock introduced products with unprecedented strength that confidently vowed to withstand even the worst of falls. The chunky design aimed to protect the case during impact appealed to the youth of the 1990s, and G-Shock quickly exploded into a globally recognized brand. That generation wore a G-Shock in the end of the ...

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    Magazine B: Guinness

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    Guinness was first started when its founder Arthur Guinness leased an abandoned factory building for his brewery business. This Irish brand has become the only ale brewer to make into the mainstream of alcoholic beverage industry, while simple and clean tasting lager beer has attracted majority of beer drinkers around the globe. Unlike other rival companies with keen interest in business expansion, Guinness keeps up with its efforts in developing relevant technology to achieve perfection in t...

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: IKEA

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    IKEA began in 1943 as a mail-order business in the small town of Älmhult, Kronoberg in southern Sweden. Today, IKEA has grown to become a global home furnishing brand with an unequaled reputation in 49 countries around the world. In line with its vision “to create a better everyday life for the many people,” IKEA brings its philosophy of democratic design to bear on every aspect of its products, from form to function, quality, sustainability, and low price, and on every phase of its work from...

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    Magazine B: Kyoto

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    Kyoto, located in the Kansai region in southwestern Japan, served as a capital city for over a thousand years, playing a central role in laying the cultural and industrial foundations for Japanese tradition. It remains as an esteemed academic city incubating more than 30 national, public, and private universities, including Kyoto University. While retaining thousands of years of remarkable history, Kyoto attracts a constant inflow of new generations who both recognize the value of tradition a...

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    Magazine B: Lego

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    A global toy manufacturer, lego first started from a small Carpenter’s workshop in 1932. Its signature bricks offer unlimited building possibilities and let a wealth of creative ideas emerge through play for anyone. Behind the worldwide popularity of lego, there lies a set of meticulous calculation based on thorough knowledge in engineering.Magazine: 130 pagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 240 mmISBN: 9788998415143Published by Magazine B

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: Maison Margiela

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    Recognizable by the signature four white stitches and blank tag, celebrated French fashion brand Maison Margiela made its debut in Paris in 1988. Founder Martin Margiela shied away from the spotlight, choosing anonymity over celebrity and ‘we’ over ‘I’. An avant garde at heart, he challenged the idea of traditional garments by experimenting with deconstruction and reconstruction, exaggerated silhouettes and trompe- l’oeil(optical illusion). Margiela’s spirit lives on in the Maison Margiela br...

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    Magazine B: Moleskine

    $32.90

    Famous as the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers such as Picasso and Hemingway, Moleskine’s modern incarnation began in 1995 when a designer in Milan, Italy revived the previously discontinued production of notebooks as “the artist’s notebook.” Since then, Moleskine has pursued a brand image of “a book yet to be written,” the notebook for contemporary personalities and innovative creators to record their creative aspirations. Moleskine has ultimately positioned itself as the new ...

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    Magazine B: Monocle

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    Monocle is a London-based monthly publication featuring political, social, cultural and global issues through in-depth reporting by its correspondents around the world. Launched in 2007 by Tyler Brûlé, Monocle has also offered a series of books, newspapers and a radio channel that runs 24 hours a day. Monocle also operates shops and cafés to reach out to more readers. Its advertorial contents, created in collaboration with many brands, have provided a successful and steady source of revenue f...

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    Magazine B: Muji

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    Intended to be a generic line for the Seiyu Supermarket Group, Muji was launched in Japan in 1980, as Mujirushi Ryohin, which means “no-brand quality goods.” Having initially started out with just 40 products, Muji now sells more than 7,000 different items and has successfully expanded into the housing business, proving that a brand can indeed sell a lifestyle aesthetic.Magazine: 130 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 240 mmISBN: 9791160360103Published by Magazine B

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    Magazine B: Netflix

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    Ever since diving head first into the home entertainment market with a subscription-based DVD-by-mail operation, Netflix has constantly sought to improve the user experience through their user-specific movie recommendation algorithms. By introducing streaming in 2007 and removing the conventional constraints of time and place, Netflix has redefined the way we watch movies and television. Magazine: 138 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 240 mmISBN: 9791160360028 Published by Magazine B

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    Magazine B: Patagonia

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    Patagonia, an outdoor clothing brand with an environmental focus, was founded in 1973 by Yvon Chouinard, who since 1964 had been manufacturing pitons (metal anchors used in rock climbing) that would not damage the rock. While insisting on offering the best quality, the brand has contributed to a sustainable society and natural environment by developing eco-friendly materials and returning 1% of its sales back to society. Patagonia has redefined the role of a company and it continues to inspir...

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    Magazine B: Penguin

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    Since its start in 1935, Penguin has been spearheading in suggesting ideas of what a modern day publisher should pursue by offering paperbacks with affordability and portability, formulating ideas to meet the needs of the times and establishing brand identity through book design ideas. Even when sold for affordable price, penguin ensured quality of contents between the covers by finding the best-qualified authors. All of these were made possible by the founder, Allen Lane’s simple belief that...

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    Magazine B: Rimowa

    $32.90

    Rimowa is a travel luggage brand that was started in 1898 by founder Paul Morszeck. The brand has led innovation in the industry, and was the first luggage brand to use aluminum and polycarbonate. The brand’s insistence on handcrafting and artisanship have allowed the brand’s products to maintain their outstanding quality for more than a century. Magazine: 124 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 240 mmISBN: 9788998415648 Published by Magazine B

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    Magazine B: Seoul

    $32.90

    Seoul, the capital of Korea and megacity inhabited by 10 million, underwent industrialization and modernization at a miraculous pace following the Korean War. With strong economic footing in the semiconductor and automotive industries, Seoul has cultivated an authentic energy characterized by craft and dynamism, nurturing innovative minds that have come to lead the booming tech and entertainment sectors in the 21st century. This special edition of B covers the city as it has been celebrated g...

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    Magazine B: Star Wars

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    The first Star Wars film was released in 1977. Over the past four decades, this chronicle of galactic war and adventure has established itself as an American pop culture icon, generating tremendous revenue and attracting an enormous fandom across the globe. During that time, Star Wars has grown into a universe all its own, spawning TV series, video games, toys, and theme parks. The audio and visual technologies used in the films have also provided a foundation for Industrial Light & Magic...

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    Magazine B: The Home

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    As seen by the title, The Home deals with people and the home. We settled quickly on the home as the topic because we believe that reflecting on the building blocks of life is of paramount importance—especially in times of difficulty—and that this foundation begins in the home. That is, we took a break from visiting scenes showcasing one single brand to individual spaces where our lives leave behind myriad stories. "The Home" focuses on houses that shows a distinct attitude of the owner on th...

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    Magazine B: TikTok

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    TikTok is a global short-form mobile video platform launched by tech company ByteDance in 2017. Capitalizing on its algorithm that generates recommendations based on user interest rather than friend network, TikTok has rapidly risen as a smashhit entertainment platform. TikTok caters specifically to vertical videos less than one minute in length, and users can easily watch, make, or even recreate content with smart tools like Stitch and Duet. Above all, TikTok is credited for democratizing cr...

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    Magazine B: Tsutaya

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    In 1983, the first Tsutaya opened its doors in Osaka. Conceived as a lifestyle store by Muneaki Masuda, Tsutaya began as a shop renting and selling books, videos, and music. Since then, it has become an all-encompassing Japanese pop culture platform. In 2011, the company behind the Tsutaya project, CCC, introduced an evolved form of the Tsutaya bookstore in Daikanyama. Based on information from the brand’s “T Point” membership program, the brand continues to suggest a new lifestyle concept, s...

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    Magazine B: Vitra

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    Started in 1934 as a shop fitting company, Vitra set a new turning point in the furniture market in 1957 when it acquired the license to produce the Eames Chair from Herman Miller. Since then, the brand has continued to grow through collaboration with contemporary designers selected based on its keen design perspective. Magazine: 152 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 240 mmISBN: 9788998415655 Published by Magazine B

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    Magazine B: YouTube

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    In 2005, three employees at PayPal came together to cofound YouTube, an online platform where users could upload and share video content with a quickly growing audience. YouTube encouraged the average internet users to tap into their creativity and equipped them with the powerful tool of video streaming, resulting in an endless content library that caters to all tastes and a gargantuan online media presence for the website. Going the extra mile to share ad revenue with creators, YouTube has f...

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  • Atelier HOKO

    Science Of The Secondary: Apple

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    With 'Apple' as the subject of the first publication from the research programme 'Science of the Secondary', Atelier HOKO presents an inquiry into our behaviours and experiences observed through our interaction with the humble fruit. From the very moment we set our eyes on the apples that are displayed in the fruit stall to the strangely familiar memory of an apple within us, this book offers an alternative insight into things that are not yet discovered. Magazine: 44 Pages Product Dimensions...

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  • Atelier HOKO

    Science Of The Secondary: Banana

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    SCIENCE OF THE SECONDARY: BANANAby Atelier HOKO* "With its near-phallic shape stirring in most fully-grown adults sexual imageries condemned by many religious and proper people, the banana remains a highly popular fruit enjoyed by millions around the world. Large scale farming has made the tropical fruit accessible almost all year round and in most countries, so much so that it is rare to come across anyone who is completely unaware of this iconic fruit. Popularity aside, it is perhaps import...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Clock

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    "In general, there are two different kinds of clocks. The first tells time in the form of a common factor that most of us can relate to, a concept of ‘time’ that is shared in order for a social and ordered life to be lived with one another. Then, there is another ‘clock’ that is neither time nor instrument but a continuous stream of rhythm that flows through each and everyone of us. Between these two, which clock have you been using daily?" Science of the Secondary: Clock is the third edition...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Cup

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    But what does it mean to drink? Do we drink with our skin when the hands are hugging the cup? Are we drinking with our body posture while sipping earl grey in a tearoom? Are the ears drinking as we take each sip of coffee? Can we consider the act of licking one’s lips drinking? Does the nose know that it is drinking as it hovers above the caramelized milk froth sitting atop a very large cup of coffee?Magazine: 52 Pages Product Dimensions: 176 x 250 mmISBN: 9789810798765Published by Atelier HOKO

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    Science Of The Secondary: Door

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    For the first instalment of a building-centric research initiative under the Science of the Secondary series, the common Door, Window and Pipe were chosen as starting points towards an inquiry into the openings of a dwelling. Drawing from the findings of this study, Atelier HOKO developed another mad afternoon at home; an activity piece that contains sixty instructional postcards to be performed by individuals in the comfort of their own home. Using the familiarity of everyday actions and mat...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Egg

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    Ever since the egg has been perverted as a rich and readily available source of food for human beings, we have not thought much of it beyond its role in our diet. An altogether loathsome person was once overheard commenting (with complete disregard for the minuscule strength of a chick) that the brittleness of eggshells is meant for the convenience of the human hand. To allow a faint glimmer in the gloom of ignorance, we must begin to become conscious of the subtleties within each egg. Scienc...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Pipe

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    For the first instalment of a building-centric research initiative under the Science of the Secondary series, the common Door, Window and Pipe were chosen as starting points towards an inquiry into the openings of a dwelling. Drawing from the findings of this study, Atelier HOKO developed another mad afternoon at home; an activity piece that contains sixty instructional postcards to be performed by individuals in the comfort of their own home. Using the familiarity of everyday actions and mat...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Plate

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    "In spite of the plate’s supposed ubiquity, very little is known and discussed of this practical tableware beyond fine craftsmanship or pretty decorations. While the use of plates has long since settled comfortably in our everyday, our daily interactions with the plate are often ‘from a distance’ since we almost never have to touch it throughout an entire meal; not especially during one dominated by presumptuous conversations around magnificent tableware that exists only to impress the shallo...

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    Science of the Secondary: Sock

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    Among the many clothing types in our wardrobe, none leads a more unappreciated existence than the sock. Wavering between undergarment and outerwear, the staggering amount of pressure and force applied to the sock each time we take a step forward attests to its silent resilience. It is thus, not without irony, that the common definition of quality socks lies precisely in how little we take notice of its presence; a good pair of socks becomes one that is absent when worn on the feet...Magazine:...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Toilet Paper

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    "The life of toilet paper is fundamentally short-lived; smeared with shit and left to disintegrate in smelly water, it is found in almost every toilet as a sign of hygienic assurance. Even though its absence is a major cause of panic amongst toilet users, the toilet roll remains a lowly object and ever so often, a cause for embarrassment or awkward giggles when encountered or merely mentioned. Considering how excreting faeces is an everyday affair for all, such sentiments towards a roll of ti...

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    Science Of The Secondary: Window

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    For the first instalment of a building-centric research initiative under the Science of the Secondary series, the common Door, Window and Pipe were chosen as starting points towards an inquiry into the openings of a dwelling. Drawing from the findings of this study, Atelier HOKO developed another mad afternoon at home; an activity piece that contains sixty instructional postcards to be performed by individuals in the comfort of their own home. Using the familiarity of everyday actions and mat...

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  • Sentimental Journal

    Sentimental Journal #1

    $49.90

    Sentimental Journal, is an international magazine with a keen eye for our cultural heritage. Each issue will have its own unique theme: Wood, Water, Harvest, Ceramics, Habitat, Fabrics, Time… The beauty that our stories and images will unveil are for curious people from anywhere in the world. For people who want yearn to discover and who are compelled to go beyond their own boundaries. Sentimental Journal is for the inspired, creative, inquisitive man and woman. An authentic person who apprec...

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  • The Singapore Architect

    The Singapore Architect (Back Issues)

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    The Singapore Architect Magazine is a quarterly periodical that examines the essence of architecture. It is the representation of the intrinsic skills of the architect as well as continuing discourses on Singapore as the principal context. MagazineProduct Dimensions: 220 x 297 mm Published by The Singapore Architect

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  • zingmagazine

    zingmagazine #23

    $78.00

    zingmagazine came out of the idea that within certain disciplines, artistic and otherwise, various cross-references occur, both with individuals and the material of their particular interest. Rather than remaining isolated and apart, either through an unaware and uninformed (or aware and informed) malaise, there is a need to commingle arenas. By establishing a forum of collaborative exchange, zingmagazine examines points of both similar and dissimilar articulations. Like sets and subsets in a...

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    zingmagazine #24

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    Long Lasting Value. That's what it says on the wrapper of Scott toilet paper. It's a new slogan that's been added to the fantastically beautiful logo graphic. Funny to think of this quickly dispensable commodity as having the quality of "long lasting." Long lasting, longevity, endurance... kind of a strength. It's nice that even toilet paper could have this quality and that it's a value one would project on a lowly sanitary tissue product. The words "accurate" and "careful" were just differen...

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