The Holborn Magazine – Issue 1

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Holborn Magazine Issue 1 is available now! Our first print issue is a celebration of that life. We stand steadfast against the dual foes of conspicuous consumption and planned obsolescence. We maintain that the enjoyment of well-made quality goods enhances life and should be heralded.

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Holborn Magazine Issue 1 is available now! Our first print issue is a celebration of that life. We stand steadfast against the dual foes of conspicuous consumption and planned obsolescence. In Holborn Magazine Issue 1 we maintain that the enjoyment of well-made quality goods enhances life and should be heralded. We believe that such a life should not have to cost the earth and can be enjoyed by all. So it is that we invite you to come in, put your feet up and relax with us.

Featuring

  • Ten Lessons for a Maker – David Hieatt
  • Sebastian Cox Furniture
  • Daniel Harris & The London Cloth Company
  • Black Cow Vodka
  • and more…

The Holborn is a quarterly magazine where honest stories are told by the unexpected characters of our community. It is a crossroad of travel and anthropology; a document of community, belonging and shared space. The Holborn is a group writers who share a common appreciation for quality. We are always on a continual search for the best in design, apparel and craft, scouring the nation high and low for those hard working bartenders, tailors, food-stall holders, entrepreneurs and eccentrics who go the extra mile to earn their keep. We believe firmly in quality not luxury. The enjoyment of well made quality goods enhances life and should be celebrated and such a life should not have to cost the earth and can be enjoyed by all. So it is then that we invite you to come in, put your feet up and relax. We work with some amazing illustrators and photographers to create a quality magazine to celebrate a well-made life. The Holborn was founded by two friends who met over several beers whilst studying ‘proper subjects’ at Royal Holloway College, University of London.

Holborn Magazine Issue 1 is available now! Our first print issue is a celebration of that life. We stand steadfast against the dual foes of conspicuous consumption and planned obsolescence. In Holborn Magazine Issue 1 we maintain that the enjoyment of well-made quality goods enhances life and should be heralded. We believe that such a life should not have to cost the earth and can be enjoyed by all. So it is that we invite you to come in, put your feet up and relax with us.

Featuring

  • Ten Lessons for a Maker – David Hieatt
  • Sebastian Cox Furniture
  • Daniel Harris & The London Cloth Company
  • Black Cow Vodka
  • and more…

The Holborn is a quarterly magazine where honest stories are told by the unexpected characters of our community. It is a crossroad of travel and anthropology; a document of community, belonging and shared space. The Holborn is a group writers who share a common appreciation for quality. We are always on a continual search for the best in design, apparel and craft, scouring the nation high and low for those hard working bartenders, tailors, food-stall holders, entrepreneurs and eccentrics who go the extra mile to earn their keep. We believe firmly in quality not luxury. The enjoyment of well made quality goods enhances life and should be celebrated and such a life should not have to cost the earth and can be enjoyed by all. So it is then that we invite you to come in, put your feet up and relax. We work with some amazing illustrators and photographers to create a quality magazine to celebrate a well-made life. The Holborn was founded by two friends who met over several beers whilst studying ‘proper subjects’ at Royal Holloway College, University of London.

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