Lagom is a celebration of innovation and creativity — a lifestyle magazine showcasing those who achieve a sense of balance between work and play.
With stories from Singapore to Brooklyn, South Africa to Greenland, issue 4 is our most global yet. If this issue has a theme, it would be the idea of breathing new life into the old — whether that’s keeping traditions alive in our northernmost stop of Greenland, bringing silent film scoring into the 21st century, transforming a derelict building into a thriving community space in Belgrade, or shipping rum by wind-powered tall ship across the Atlantic. And as always, we celebrate makers such as Brooklyn-based surfboard maker, Kyle Black.
Lagom is perfect-bound and printed on uncoated stock (300gsm cover, 140gsm interior), with a foil-blocked cover. Issue #4 contains 132 pages.
Junko is an annual journal responding to place.Each year Junko heads to a different region...
EYESORE is a print magazine about building, streets, places and spaces. It started with six...
Cartography is a new travel magazine specialized in itineraries across the globe. Each destination in...