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    Apartamento

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    Issue #32 Autumn / Winter 2023-24 Featuring: Marianna Rothen, Nona Gaprindashvili, Deanna & Ed Templeton, King Krule, Anthea Hamilton, John Divola, Wayne Ngan, Ruby Neri, Not Vital, Akwaeke Emezi, Louise Bonnet & Adam Silverman, Vincent Darré, Jago Rackham & Lowena Hearn, and Tom of Finland. Plus: Kazuo Shinohara’s House with an Earthen Floor, ‘Commonwealth’, a short story by Bryan Washington, and texts by Rafram Chaddad (tr. Joanna Chen), Emily Balistrieri, Victoria Cirlot, Leeor Ohayon, Danyel Smith, Eva Baltasar (tr. Julia Sanches), Estelle Hoy, and Gerardo Sámano Córdova. Apartamento is widely recognised as today’s most influential, inspiring, and honest interiors magazine. International, well designed, simply written, and tastefully curated since 2008, it is an indispensable resource for individuals who are passionate about the way they live. The publication is published biannually from its headquarters in Barcelona. It also has offices in New York, Milan and Berlin.
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    MacGuffin Magazine

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    ‘The Letter’ does not relate to the alphabet alone but to language, to code, to gestures, to media, and more. The letter is a magical symbol, and at the same time a very ordinary thing. It is embedded in specific culture and dependent on the reproduction technologies available at the time. The context is what makes it interesting: the letter is created, used, discarded, forgotten, and (sometimes) revived. Find out about the history of Scrabble, embracing graffiti, how humans perform letters, the culture of protest letters, the meaning of memes, typography that resists the domination of Western typefaces, the narrow binarity of the French language, the left-handed experience, and more. 224 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 28 cm, pb, English With each issue based around a single object, MacGuffin magazine is a platform for fans of inspiring, personal, unexpected, highly familiar or utterly disregarded things. Widely recognized as a fabulously designed and immaculately researched design & crafts biannual, it is an indispensable resource for all those who want backstage information about the life of things.
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    Holiday

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    MAGAZINE 392 PARIS ISSUE (GUILLAUME) Autumn/Winter 23-24 Following a stopover in Istanbul in its last issue, Holiday magazine sets sail for its hometown: Paris. Arthur Dreyfus takes us on a journey through the heart of the city and its fashion world, going behind the scenes at Chanel and Courrèges for an entertaining, in-depth look at the two esteemed houses. Meanwhile, Christopher Niquet meets Anthony Vaccarello, Julien Dossena, Isabel Marant, Victoire de Castellane and Nicolas Gabard for a series of one-on-one interviews, while Eva Ionesco, Christophe Lemaire, Sarah-Linh Tran and Bambi answer quintessentially Parisian questionnaires. Our journalists also met with the artist André Saraiva, the chef Iñaki Aizpitarte and the actor Tahar Rahim; held conversations with waiters in some of the French capital's most iconic cafés; and profiled representatives of various occupations, including the Opéra de Paris's étoile (principal) dancer Guillaume Diop-in short, a good many of the important people in Paris today. Behind the camera in this issue are photographers Olivier Kervern, Alessandro Furchino Capria, Jonathan Frantini, Chris Rhodes, Federico Torra, Deo Suveera and Pamela Dimitrov, who cast their unique gaze on Paris to deliver personal visions of the streets and interiors of a city whose beauty is both contemporary and eternal, a point made clear by Robin Galiegue, who shot all the portraits in this issue and teamed up with Marie-Amélie Sauvé to produce a series offering proof that the silhouettes of the City of Light also shine in black-and for all time. About Holiday Magazine Between 1946 and 1977, Holiday was one of the most exciting magazines in the United States. Renowned for its bold layout, literary credibility, and ambitious choice of photographers, Holiday portrayed the world like no other periodical. The premise was simple: send a writer and photographer to a specific location and ask them to capture their vision of the place without constraints of style, length or budget. Some of the most celebrated writing by Graham Greene, Joan Didion, Jack Kerouac and Truman Capote first appeared in the pages of Holiday. At the peak of its acclaim, the magazine had more than a million subscribers. In 2014, after a thirty-seven year hiatus, Holiday returned at the behest of Parisian art director Franck Durand. This new Holiday remains faithful to the essence, aesthetic and sense of journalistic adventure of its forebear, but in a format that also celebrates fashion. Editorials shot by industry-leading photographers, and emerging talents alike, coexist beautifully with the work of today's top literary voices. And true to its original concept, Holiday still sends contributors afield to produce a portrait of place that is at once intimate and timeless. Holiday is an international, bi-annual publication. The team who conceives, designs and produces the magazine is based in Paris. It is written in English, but its heart is French.
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    The Plant Magazine

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    Inside the new Plant Magazine - a sit down with Emanuele Coccia in Paris to talk about plants, ecology, chaos and urban renewal, a series of gorgeous illustrated fruit adventures from Amelie Von Wuffen, a walk of life with British designer Margaret Howell, some thoughts on the landscapes of American photographer and activist Nan Goldin, and a profile on French artist Jean Dubuffet. This bi-annual publication presents all things botanical in a neat, curious and accessible way. Featuring not just plants themselves, it expands its focus to look at the work of people who love or are inspired by them. Size: 230 x 300mm / Pages: 207 — About The Plant: Twining from botanical roots through the fields of photography, art, fashion, food, ecology and horticulture, The Plant is a fresh view onto the growing world. A celebration of magnificent, modest, exotic and everyday plants, and the creative enterprises they inspire. The Plant first blossomed as a biannual magazine in 2011, announcing itself as ‘a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery.’ Since that first issue, the magazine has commissioned special artist projects, photography portfolios, creative writing and reportage from established and emerging talents around the world. Offering beauty, scent, shade and sweetness, shelter, nourishment and warmth, The Plant is magazine as pleasure garden, promising something unexpected at every turn.
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    Tape Dispenser – Black Steel

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    The Kokuyo Steel Tape Cutter is made of steel and measures 14,6 x 9,6 cm. The tape reel can accommodate both large and small tapes. Measures 4,2 x 14,6 x 9,6 cm Compatible for large and small tape rolls Tape is available here
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    Tape Dispenser – Ivory

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    Tape Dispenser – Ivory This tape dispenser is made from iron and despite its diminutive size is a satisfying thing to use. The body of the dispenser comes in four different colours and there is a bright tape roller that sits in the grooves at the side of the dispenser and around which you place your roll of tape. The dispenser can accommodate various different sized rolls and widths of tape up to a maximum width of 20mm and with a made core diameter of 2.5cm.
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    Tape Dispenser – Silver

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    Tape Dispenser – Silver This tape dispenser is made from iron and despite its diminutive size is a satisfying thing to use. It can accommodate various different sized rolls and widths of tape up to a maximum width of 20mm and with a made core diameter of 2.5cm.
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    Ivory Stainless Steel Scissors – Large

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    Stainless steel scissors from Hightide Japan with PVC coated handles. The scissors are stored away in a PVC case to keep them secured. The Hightide logo is engraved on the front side of the blade. Large Measures W 6  x H 17.5
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    Ivory Stainless Scissors – Small

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    Stainless steel scissors from Hightide Japan with PVC coated handles. The scissors are stored away in a PVC case to keep them secured. The Hightide logo is engraved on the front side of the blade. Small Measures W 5 x H 13cm
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    Frama Hand Cream Tube | Herbarium | 60 ML

    Created to embody the essence of wild flora, Herbarium Hand Cream is a compact, travel-friendly nourishing hand treatment with absorbent fatty acids that deliver intense hydration to skin, cuticles, and nails. Scented with a fresh yet exhilarating aroma with a balsamic undertone, this cream is a treat for your skin, an essential part of your care routine. With its rich blend of Vitamin E, and skin-softening emollients, Herbarium Hand Cream deeply moisturizes the skin and reinforces its natural protective barrier. It also contains antioxidants that protect against free radicals and revitalize the hands, scenting them with its distinctive aroma. Herbarium has been created by FRAMA in collaboration with Be My Guest, a creative studio based in Seoul, South Korea Ideal for all skin types Created with natural ingredients Vegan and cruelty-free Gender-neutral Comes in an ABL tube Travel sized product This product can be paired with the Herbarium Hand Wash Made in Denmark
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    10 Minute Aroma Lavender — 30 matchsticks

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    Hibi's 10 Minute Aroma Lavender has an elegant floral fragrance. Ideal for when you want to soothe your mind, or relax before going to sleep. This pack counts 8 matchsticks and a non-flammable mat. It fits easily in your palm and the incense can be lit without the need for a lighter. We recommend using the provided anti-flammable mat. Measures 7,2 x 6 x 3,2 cm (packaging) Counts 30 incense matchsticks Includes non-flammable mat Made from incense powder and washi pulp Made in Japan Hibi means ‘day to day’, or daily, in Japanese. It was given with the hope that you will keep hibi incense around you every day and freely enjoy its fragrance, matching each day’s mood or occasion. The logo’s design combines two of the Chinese character ‘日’ (day) set next to each other. The incense of Awaji Island and the matches of Harima: These two traditional industries of Hyogo Prefecture first encountered each other in 2011. The collaboration started with the idea of an incense that could be lit like striking a match, and was followed by 3 years of trial and error. An aromatic product with properties of strength and fragrance was developed, which did not break even when struck like a match. The names of products and packaging were developed to convey the sensibility of today’s Japan. All those things were ‘designs’ to create a new way of enjoying fragrance.
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    10 Minute Aroma Lavender — 8 Match sticks

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    Hibi's 10 Minute Aroma Lavender has an elegant floral fragrance. Ideal for when you want to soothe your mind, or relax before going to sleep. This pack counts 8 match sticks and a non-flammable mat. It fits easily in your palm and the incense can be lit without the need for a lighter. We recommend using the provided anti-flammable mat. Measures 5,8 x 5,8 x 1,9 cm (packaging) Counts 8 incense match sticks Includes non-flammable mat Made from incense powder and washi pulp Made in Japan Hibi means ‘day to day’, or daily, in Japanese. It was given with the hope that you will keep hibi incense around you every day and freely enjoy its fragrance, matching each day’s mood or occasion. The logo’s design combines two of the Chinese character ‘日’ (day) set next to each other. The incense of Awaji Island and the matches of Harima: These two traditional industries of Hyogo Prefecture first encountered each other in 2011. The collaboration started with the idea of an incense that could be lit like striking a match, and was followed by 3 years of trial and error. An aromatic product with properties of strength and fragrance was developed, which did not break even when struck like a match. The names of products and packaging were developed to convey the sensibility of today’s Japan. All those things were ‘designs’ to create a new way of enjoying fragrance.
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    10 Minute Aroma Tea Trea — 8 Match sticks

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    Hibi's 10 Minute Aroma Lavender has an elegant floral fragrance. Ideal for when you want to soothe your mind, or relax before going to sleep. This pack counts 8 match sticks and a non-flammable mat. It fits easily in your palm and the incense can be lit without the need for a lighter. We recommend using the provided anti-flammable mat. Measures 5,8 x 5,8 x 1,9 cm (packaging) Counts 8 incense match sticks Includes non-flammable mat Made from incense powder and washi pulp Made in Japan Hibi means ‘day to day’, or daily, in Japanese. It was given with the hope that you will keep hibi incense around you every day and freely enjoy its fragrance, matching each day’s mood or occasion. The logo’s design combines two of the Chinese character ‘日’ (day) set next to each other. The incense of Awaji Island and the matches of Harima: These two traditional industries of Hyogo Prefecture first encountered each other in 2011. The collaboration started with the idea of an incense that could be lit like striking a match, and was followed by 3 years of trial and error. An aromatic product with properties of strength and fragrance was developed, which did not break even when struck like a match. The names of products and packaging were developed to convey the sensibility of today’s Japan. All those things were ‘designs’ to create a new way of enjoying fragrance.
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    Removable Seal Calendar M

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    10 sheets W 11,5 × H 16 cm (fits Journal 365!) Material: Paper Removable, allowing to move the calendar when necessary Fully adhesive, so it doesn’t come off easily Made in Japan
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