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Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle Issue 39
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle Issue 38
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle Issue 39
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle Issue 38
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle
Kinfolk Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Lifestyle

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  • The spring issue of Kinfolk builds on their foundational interest in design to consider the discipline in its most ambitious manifestation: architecture.

  • Issue 38
  • In Issue Thirty-Eight, Kinfolk considers the significance of ritual and meets the individuals reimagining old traditions and inventing new ones: Bri Luna, the founder of Hoodwitch, an innovative online community making American witchcraft more vibrant and inclusive; Javier Dzul, whose dance company has the express aim of keeping Mayan ritual dance alive; and Abby Stein, the author whose memoir Becoming Eve documents her transition from ultra-orthodox rabbi to trans woman.

    Elsewhere, we take a socially distanced stroll with Miranda July in Los Angeles ahead of the launch of her new film Kajillionaire, meet jazz legend Mulatu Astatke in Addis Ababa, and visit the sci-fi architecture of Arcosanti -- an experimental town in the mountains of Arizona.

  • Issue 39
  • Individually formative and culturally formidable, youth looms large in the collective imagination. For those who can no longer be considered young, it is often rose-tinted with the memory of rebellion, irresponsibility and the short-lived belief that infinite futures lie just over the horizon. For those who are young today, the reality is a bit more complicated.

    Issue Thirty-Nine of Kinfolk balances the open-faced optimism of youth with the sobering realities of growing up at a time when it can feel like the world is closing in rather than unfurling before you.

    Plus: Interviews with designer Pierre Yovanovitch, author Nic Stone and Elise By Olsen - formerly the world's youngest editor in chief.

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The spring issue of Kinfolk builds on their foundational interest in design to consider the discipline in its most ambitious manifestation: architecture.

In Issue Thirty-Eight, Kinfolk considers the significance of ritual and meets the individuals reimagining old traditions and inventing new ones: Bri Luna, the founder of Hoodwitch, an innovative online community making American witchcraft more vibrant and inclusive; Javier Dzul, whose dance company has the express aim of keeping Mayan ritual dance alive; and Abby Stein, the author whose memoir Becoming Eve documents her transition from ultra-orthodox rabbi to trans woman.

Elsewhere, we take a socially distanced stroll with Miranda July in Los Angeles ahead of the launch of her new film Kajillionaire, meet jazz legend Mulatu Astatke in Addis Ababa, and visit the sci-fi architecture of Arcosanti -- an experimental town in the mountains of Arizona.

Individually formative and culturally formidable, youth looms large in the collective imagination. For those who can no longer be considered young, it is often rose-tinted with the memory of rebellion, irresponsibility and the short-lived belief that infinite futures lie just over the horizon. For those who are young today, the reality is a bit more complicated.

Issue Thirty-Nine of Kinfolk balances the open-faced optimism of youth with the sobering realities of growing up at a time when it can feel like the world is closing in rather than unfurling before you.

Plus: Interviews with designer Pierre Yovanovitch, author Nic Stone and Elise By Olsen - formerly the world's youngest editor in chief.

5 Uses £2.99
10 Uses £1.49
25 Uses £0.59
50 Uses £0.29

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