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Cereal Magazine Volume 5

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 30, 2014
Following its fourth issue which featured a historical exploration into the significance of grains, Cereal Magazine presents its fifth volume where the UK imprint traveled to the cities of Helsinki, Charleston, Paris, and the Isles of Scilly. Flippin...

Guided: A Collection of Online Travel Guides By Cereal Magazine

LifestyleComments ⋅ Jan 30, 2014
Food and travel publication Cereal Magazine recently launched Guided, a compilation of online travel guides with completely original recommendations and content. Assembled by a team of international contributors, the guides are accompanied by high qu...

Cereal Magazine Volume 4

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 9, 2013
A quarterly food and travel publication focusing on “the significant elements of a good life,” the UK’s Cereal Magazine presents the fourth volume of its print offering. Weighing in at 140 pages of advertisement-free, perfect bound, full-...

Cereal Magazine Issue 3

ArtsComments ⋅ Jun 18, 2013
Cereal Magazine — the quarterly rooted in “the significant elements of a good life” — returns with its third issue of edible topics, travel destinations, as well as profiles on products, people and places. In addition to looks...

Cereal Magazine Want to Introduce Themselves Through This Video

LifestyleComments ⋅ Apr 1, 2013
Travel and food are two cultural elements that rank high on the list of many. The team at Cereal Magazine are fully committed to the cause through the creation of a beautiful bound and meticulously conceived magazine. The goal of creating a lasting p...

Cereal Magazine Issue 2

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 28, 2013
Cereal Magazine, the quarterly food and travel publication from the UK, has released its second issue recently. In this edition, the writers and editors venture to Berlin, Seoul and Pembrokeshire Coast in Wales as a part of the magazine’s perpe...

Cereal Magazine Issue 1

ArtsComments ⋅ Feb 1, 2013
CEREAL debut the print world with nothing more than a pine cone on its front cover. Minimalist, desirous and somewhat intriguing, the eponymous tome dedicates its content on passionate food and travel. Aptly delivered via a slew of crisp photography...