INFO: “Kinfolk magazine is a quarterly, 144-page, ad-free print magazine that collects ideas from a growing international community of artists, writers, designers, photographers, cooks and others who are interested in creating small gatherings and finding new things to make and do. Printed in Canada on uncoated paper, each issue is filled with lush photography, lyrical essays, recipes, interviews, profiles, personal stories and practical tips along with a keen attention to design and details. Founded in 2011, Kinfolk has published nine issues and Kinfolk Issue Nine has also been translated and published in Japanese and Russian. Issues One through Seven will be released in Korean later this year. Designed to fill a void on the newsstand, Kinfolk appeals to a young, photography-intensive audience full of artists and food enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for a new cooking skill, road trip route or camping guide, Kinfolk is a blueprint for a balanced, intentional lifestyle.” - Kinfolk.com
MEMORIES: A couple of months ago I met up with my friend Takia McClendon, who is the owner of a vegan pop up restaurant located in Philadelphia called “Uptown Soulfood”. During the meet up we discussed interest in awesome magazines and wanting to do a food photography photo shoot. We brainstormed ideas and she just so happened to open up her bag and show me a couple copies of Kinfolk magazine. I saw the website just a few days before we met up and I was already amazed by its content. At first look I was like, “hmmm this is pretty cool!”. Then, after scrolling through a few pages I was like holy crap this is awesome! lol. Kinfolk is now my favorite magazine to date and hopefully, one day I will work for them. This was definitely a new experience and one that I will never forget. (Shortly after the meeting I took one of the issues and told her that she wasnt getting it back…and to this day…I still have it…hahaha. THANK YOU TAKIA.
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