Kinfolk Magazine Issue 9 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. “Whether you’re reveling in the great outdoors, doing some marathon baking or just lounging on the couch, this issue is our guide to striking the right balance and making the most of our well-earned days off. I feel like a phony working on this issue, as mine rarely look like the chilled-out pages that follow. Like many of you, I often spend them typing away or working on a project. We decided to dig deep on the subject of weekends and leisure to re-learn how to do nothing, live more adventurously and embrace those two days, which are meant equally for rejuvenation and invigoration. Take our Weekend issue, kick back, slip off your shoes and simply get out there and enjoy some good food and your favorite people.” Editor Nathan Williams
Kinfolk is a slow lifestyle magazine published by Ouur that explores ways for readers to simplify their lives, cultivate community and spend more time with their friends and family. Founded in 2011, Kinfolk is now the leading independent lifestyle magazine for young creative professionals and also produces international editions in Japan, China, Korea and Russia. Published quarterly, Kinfolk maintains a vibrant contributor base from Copenhagen to Cape Town. Every element of Kinfolk—the features, photography, and general aesthetics—are consistent with the way we feel entertaining should be: simple, uncomplicated, and less contrived. Kinfolk is the marriage of our appreciation for art and design and our love for spending time with family and friends.
Content: Kinfolk Magazine – Issue 9
- The new issue features stories and photos from our team in Portland, Oregon, and our large community of contributors from all around the world.
- Features include: Photo essays on the Art of Bed Making, the Lone Wolf Weekend, the Life Aquatic and Unexpected Soirées.
- Interviews with the publishers of Milk magazine in Paris, and the couple behind the Toast company in the United Kingdom, along with New York chef David Tanis and Tokyo chef Shoichiro Aiba.
- It features essays on daytime drinking, the case for sweating, jogging in public, making the most of weekdays, doing nothing, neighbors and swimming.
- We also have articles on the ideal farmers market, doing a digital detox program and protecting Saturday.
- Also included are many lovely recipes and a feature on our new cookbook, The Kinfolk Table: Recipes for Small Gatherings.