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My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them.
Besides providing botanical contents in a simple, personal and cozy way,
The Plant offers to plant lovers a new look on greenery by featuring the works of creative people who also love plants.
The summer issue features a new series of flowers by Nobuyoshi Araki, landscapes by Brigitte Lacombe, Mistletoe, Takashi Homma, Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec, Jeremy Deller and Rose Water in Iran. Sam Rock and Maarten van der Horst on a Camouflage story. Château de Villandry, Sogetsu Ikebana School, Balancing Water by Scheltens & Abbenes, The Ocean Above and Idaho Montana Wyoming by Marcelo Gomes.
I like my money right where I can see it: hanging in my closet.
Issue no. 55 is about brands such as Y/Project, Telfar and Vetements that have found new ways to pick up where the designers of the 90s left off. Aided by strategies borrowed from art, they are transforming the fashion system from within and widening its boundaries beyond recognition. Fashion is succeeding precisely where art is not, wresting autonomy out of enormous political and social shifts. Is it now art’s turn to learn from fashion?
Girls, girls, girls; shy girl, sexy girl, they all like that fancy world.
This Orient is an Independent print- and online magazine based in Munich dedicated to aesthetic enthusiasts. In the second issue the team had carefully picked a bunch of female creatives – which are gathered in this issue and tackle challenges. They work energetically, are bright sparks, assert themselves against a world dominated by men and convince with impressive and expressive projects. We dedicate this edition to our very special sirens.
He turned water into wine!
Noble Rot magazine is the home of exciting wine and food writing. Since its launch in 2013, Noble Rot has seen chefs Pierre Koffmann, Fergus Henderson and Yotam Ottolenghi rubbing shoulders with Keira Knightley, Caitlin Moran, Brian Eno and Francis Ford Coppola, blurring the boundaries between gastronomy and the creative arts. Contributors include Marina O’Loughlin, Rowley Leigh, John Niven, Neal Martin, Jamie Goode, Kate Spicer and Jon Bonn. The magazine is based in London and published every four months.
Fare new magazine exploring city culture through food, history, and community.
It is also something of an anomaly. Culturally, it is a partial amalgamate of its neighbors—and former rulers—in Sweden and Russia, but as the capital of a young and independent Finland, it is full of nascent pride and positivity. It rejoices in an entrepreneurial spirit and a belief that new projects and new legacies can be made here, even as older ones are preserved and celebrated.
While some cities in Scandinavia exude a “Nordic cool,” in Helsinki, there’s a collective nonchalance, and a widespread pragmatism. Helsinki's streets are filled with art nouveau design, with the work of celebrated Finnish modernists also very much on display. Even now designers, artists, makers, chefs, and hip-hop stars embolden the city’s claim to a vibrant lifestyle.