Update: It seems that magCulture is no longer selling this from its online store, and the originally linked-to review has gone missing.
Presenting Cover, a new magazine coming out of China by Mazzybox. (Anyone have more information about him/her? magCulture says that Mazzybox works at a studio called Deadline.)
The magazine’s second edition, pictured…
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From Nike, and apparently not for sale:
Not very subtle, are they?
(Image sources here, here and here.)
Mr. Sea Monster (海怪先生), a cafe in Gulangyu (鼓浪屿), Xiamen.
Exact address: 鼓浪屿乌埭路2号
Via Samantha Culp. Photo sources: 1, 2.
- Down the left: “Give me one too!”
- On the right: “Navel is a kid who can’t grow up. He takes his studies, play, love and work seriously and lives seriously around us. He has the heart of someone who can’t grow up, he is every one of us…”
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Just wanted to update everyone on our latest round of upgrades.
First, a warm welcome to ethnographer & sociologist Tricia Wang for joining our team here. As you may have noticed below, she’s already started on her first post. You can read more about her on her website or her work over on Bytes of China.…
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From Monday Flying.
Shang Xia（上下）is literally translated to mean ‘Up and Down’ in Chinese. Figuratively, the phrase is used to describe a ‘topsy-turvy’ situation.An interesting move from Hermès, Shang Xia is a rare development from the luxury group, which tends to buy all or part of existing brands.
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