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Cereal Magazine Volume 19 is out now! Cereal Magazine Volume 19 looks towards Korea and explores the architecture of Itami Jun, the photography of Koo Bohnchang, and the Dansaekhwa art movement.

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Cereal Magazine Volume 19 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and explores the architecture of Itami Jun, the photography of Koo Bohnchang, and the art of Park Seo-Bo. We discuss food and fashion with Eunjo Park & David Chang in New York, and with Rejina Pyo & Jordan Bourke in London; visit designer Teo Yang at his hanok in Seoul, and artist John Zabawa at his LA home and studio. We share our city guide to Seoul, and a fashion edit of both international and Korean designers.

We also visit Charlotte Perriand’s Méribel chalet with Aēsop, and the Northern Irish coast with JAMESPLUMB studio for their exhibition, Silent Light. Our collection of essays and poetry delves further into our theme of Korean culture, both in Korea and beyond.

Cereal Magazine is a biannual publication rooted in our passions – for food, for travel. And for books too, with all the wonderful things they can teach us. Isn’t every day better when you learn something new? Each issue will contain expositions of edible topics, travel destinations, as well as profiles on products, people and places. In part, Cereal is aimed at our inner child. Back when we were little, we learned many a fun fact from the back of cereal boxes. One of our fondest memories of childhood is of waking up to a huge bowl of something crunchy and milky, devouring the words and pictures on the back of the packet. These boxes were the first thing we read each day, and they taught and entertained us. Hence, Cereal.

Details: Cereal Magazine – Volume 19

The publication is 200 pages, 210 x 274 mm, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC-approved uncoated paper in the United Kingdom.

Article No. bfcereal0019 Published by Cereal Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 840 g Dimensions 29 × 22 × 2 cm

Cereal Magazine Volume 19 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and explores the architecture of Itami Jun, the photography of Koo Bohnchang, and the art of Park Seo-Bo. We discuss food and fashion with Eunjo Park & David Chang in New York, and with Rejina Pyo & Jordan Bourke in London; visit designer Teo Yang at his hanok in Seoul, and artist John Zabawa at his LA home and studio. We share our city guide to Seoul, and a fashion edit of both international and Korean designers.

We also visit Charlotte Perriand’s Méribel chalet with Aēsop, and the Northern Irish coast with JAMESPLUMB studio for their exhibition, Silent Light. Our collection of essays and poetry delves further into our theme of Korean culture, both in Korea and beyond.

Cereal Magazine is a biannual publication rooted in our passions – for food, for travel. And for books too, with all the wonderful things they can teach us. Isn’t every day better when you learn something new? Each issue will contain expositions of edible topics, travel destinations, as well as profiles on products, people and places. In part, Cereal is aimed at our inner child. Back when we were little, we learned many a fun fact from the back of cereal boxes. One of our fondest memories of childhood is of waking up to a huge bowl of something crunchy and milky, devouring the words and pictures on the back of the packet. These boxes were the first thing we read each day, and they taught and entertained us. Hence, Cereal.

Details: Cereal Magazine – Volume 19

The publication is 200 pages, 210 x 274 mm, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC-approved uncoated paper in the United Kingdom.

Article No. bfcereal0019 Published by Cereal Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 840 g Dimensions 29 × 22 × 2 cm
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