Obscura Magazine 2014 Summer Issue 16

One of the reigning champions of print, Hong Kong-based Obscura makes a late entrant into the quarterly stacks with its 16th issue. Running under the theme of “living more [and] thinking of less” the Summer 2014 issue focuses on the minutia of everyday interactions that make solid foundations for happy lives. As such, things like going to the bakery, a scorching hot summer day, and the pleasure of an organized workspace are all explored with articles on Rose Bakery, a Studio TM-shot photo editorial, and in-depth conversation with Ivania Carpio of Love Aesthetics respectively. As always, an issue of Blackbird will also be packaged with the magazine, with the auto-focused periodical focusing on master engineers this season. Head over here to cop Obscura Magazine Issue 16.

Date: /Author: Josh Davis
Category:  Arts, Culture/Tags:  Print, Obscura Magazine
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