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Filtering by Tag: #magazine

LES OTHERS - Vol. 02 'The Hidden Issue'

Alex Rückheim

Although Paris based Les Others was already launched back in 2012 as a digital-only platform, we came across this great, bilingual – French / English – publication only recently. Les Others describes itself as “an inspirational media dedicated to outdoor, travel and photography lovers.” And this statement couldn’t be any truer!

About a year ago, in early 2015, the guys from Les Others decided to launch their print issue – a biannual, carefully curated magazine with inspiring stories told by passionate outdoor lovers and adventurers, including travel diaries, interviews and beautiful photography. Volume II – The Hidden Issue – celebrates the unseen, the unknown, and the undiscovered. Driven by their curiosity, 20 contributors from around the world explore the hidden and the invisible. And you’ll be taken across the globe, from France to Norway, to Slovenia, Indonesia and Minneapolis, and from Italy to Bolivia. So, turn the pages and delve into their stories. 144 pages. French / English. Printed in France. Offset-printed and perfectly bound. Full colour, uncoated paper. 16 Euros. 

KINFOLK - Vol. 16 'The Essentials Issue'

Alex Rückheim

Kinfolk Magazine

Kinfolk’s sixteenth issue, The Essentials Issue, explores the different meanings of life’s fundamentals, the things that bring us back to our cores, and shows how we can implement them into our daily lives.

'Instead of determining how little we can live with, it’s about working out what we cannot live without.'

In my opinion, the excerpts taken from Peter Block’s book Community: The Structure of Belonging (pp. 49-59) is one of the most compelling and relevant articles of this issue. Moving away from the tangible concept of belonging, it discusses the ‘esoteric’ side of belongingness: a deap-seated desire we have to belong to something larger than ourselves, suggesting ways in which we can create a stronger sense of togetherness by fostering genuine support through our communities. 160 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full colour on uncoated paper. Printed in Canada. 

Photographed by Ali Baï for GOODS WE LIKE




C-HEADS - Vol. 33 'Summer. Lovers and Strangers'

Alex Rückheim

C-Heads Magazine

Founded in 2006 by Guggenberger sisters Christine and Sigrun, independent Vienna/ Berlin based magazine C-HEADS gives us a snapshot of youth culture, bringing together the full creative range out of photography, fashion, music, travel, sex, art and culture. Made by women.

'Summer. Lovers and strangers. We might always remain strangers. But this summer we just want to be lovers.'

C-HEADS Magazine Issue #33 is dedicated to summer, to love, to lovers and strangers; the love for yourself, for someone else, or for any other little thing that exists. We can gain it but we can never possess it. Once again, the C-HEADS team put great value on beautiful, aesthetic photography, strong emotions and great narrative. Limited to 1200 copies.

Photographed by Ali Baï for GOODS WE LIKE

KINFOLK - Vol. 15 'The Entrepreneurs Issue'

Alex Rückheim

Founded in 2011, Kinfolk is now one of the leading independent lifestyle magazines for young creative professionals. The quarterly magazine maintains an intriguing and vibrant contributor base from around the world. As a ‘slow lifestyle’ publication it seeks to explore the different ways for readers to simplify their lives, cultivate community and spend more time with their friends and family.

'When buzzing through a sped-up world where there are always battles to be won and emails to be answered, learning to slow down in the workplace is imperative to both our productivity and happiness.'
- Carl Honoré, In Praise of Slowness

Volume Fifteen – the Entrepreneurs Issue – explores the motivation and innovation that drives the spirit of entrepreneurship. Nathan Williams and Georgia Frances King explain that “When we want to make a change in the world, we can sometimes feel pressured to keep achieving when what we really need is a break to slow down and focus on our personal goals. After all, it can be hard toeing the priority line between work and play.” As much as Kinfolk addresses the choices we make outside of work hours, the same mindful attention does this issue give to the time spent improving our professional selves. A great issue, and a must read.

Photographed by Ali Baïlon and Gladys Fabie for GOODS WE LIKE

ALPINE MODERN - Vol. 02 'Beginnings'

Alex Rückheim

Alpine Modern is a quarterly magazine that explores living, architecture and design in mountain regions with the aim of elevating modern design and lifestyles of mountain communities worldwide. The young Boulder, Colorado based team believes in the “emerging design ethos of a more natural minimalism and refined life entwined with the outdoors”, a shared passion that seems to boil down to two things: beautiful design and, the mountains.

'Each morning provides a new chance to redo and renew, the opportunity to be better, be more, or just be.'
- Richard Foy, Iss.02, p.044

In their second publication, the free-of-advertising magazine explores ‘mornings and new beginnings in the mountains’ on 132 pages through stunning photography, inspiring stories and a clean, minimal layout. Printed in USA, on uncoated heavy-weight paper. Images by Ali Baï and Gladys Fabie