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Volume 46
Issue Forty-Six invites you inside 10 inspiring homes where creative lives unfold. Among the extraordinary residences featured, you’ll find remote farmhouses in Japan and England, modernist masterpieces in California and Australia, an artistic guesthouse in Senegal, and two palatial European apartments reimagined in very different ways by their designer occupants. Plus: We meet ascending streetwear icon Samuel Ross, swap recipes with the founder of Smitten Kitchen, and learn the secrets of a successful dance floor with DJ Hunee.

Volume 47

Issue Forty-Seven takes a stand against one-off wellness trends and miracle cures and focuses on well-being as an innate balance to be safeguarded. You'll meet inspiring people for whom the well-being of others is paramount, featuring Walt Odets on the power of therapy, Chani Nicholas and Sonya Passi on financial well-being, Julia Bainbridge on sobriety, and Alice Sheppard on dance as a way to commune with the body--even when it hurts. Plus: interviews with fashion icon Farida Khelfa, tattoo artist Dr. Woo, superstar stylist Veneda Carter, and much more..

Volume 50
This winter, Kinfolk reaches a new milestone: our 50th issue. To celebrate, we’re dedicating it to community and fellow-feeling. We meet inspiring groups of people near and far who’ve come together to connect, create, collaborate and care for one another. We speak with Vivien Sansour, who runs a seed bank outside of Bethlehem, where she works with local farmers to preserve heirloom seeds and, in turn, Palestine’s cultural heritage. In California, we meet the Old Gays—a group of gay elders whose later-in-life friendships and popularity on social media have made them curators of generational knowledge on a massive scale. We join Velociposse—a group of women, trans and nonbinary people—for a leisurely cycle around London, and visit the oldest Quaker meeting house still in use, where people come together to worship in silence.

Since 2011 Kinfolk has established itself as a leader in art and culture, design and aesthetics, architecture, and homes and interiors. Our quarterly lifestyle magazine is sold in over 100 countries, published in three languages and makes the is the perfect coffee table magazine or gift for a creative. Featuring inspiring photography, fashion and style, as well as examinations of slow living. Kinfolk is an art and design publication that seeks to promote quality of life and connect a community of creative thinkers.

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Volume 46
Issue Forty-Six invites you inside 10 inspiring homes where creative lives unfold. Among the extraordinary residences featured, you’ll find remote farmhouses in Japan and England, modernist masterpieces in California and Australia, an artistic guesthouse in Senegal, and two palatial European apartments reimagined in very different ways by their designer occupants. Plus: We meet ascending streetwear icon Samuel Ross, swap recipes with the founder of Smitten Kitchen, and learn the secrets of a successful dance floor with DJ Hunee.

Volume 47

Issue Forty-Seven takes a stand against one-off wellness trends and miracle cures and focuses on well-being as an innate balance to be safeguarded. You'll meet inspiring people for whom the well-being of others is paramount, featuring Walt Odets on the power of therapy, Chani Nicholas and Sonya Passi on financial well-being, Julia Bainbridge on sobriety, and Alice Sheppard on dance as a way to commune with the body--even when it hurts. Plus: interviews with fashion icon Farida Khelfa, tattoo artist Dr. Woo, superstar stylist Veneda Carter, and much more..

Volume 50
This winter, Kinfolk reaches a new milestone: our 50th issue. To celebrate, we’re dedicating it to community and fellow-feeling. We meet inspiring groups of people near and far who’ve come together to connect, create, collaborate and care for one another. We speak with Vivien Sansour, who runs a seed bank outside of Bethlehem, where she works with local farmers to preserve heirloom seeds and, in turn, Palestine’s cultural heritage. In California, we meet the Old Gays—a group of gay elders whose later-in-life friendships and popularity on social media have made them curators of generational knowledge on a massive scale. We join Velociposse—a group of women, trans and nonbinary people—for a leisurely cycle around London, and visit the oldest Quaker meeting house still in use, where people come together to worship in silence.

Since 2011 Kinfolk has established itself as a leader in art and culture, design and aesthetics, architecture, and homes and interiors. Our quarterly lifestyle magazine is sold in over 100 countries, published in three languages and makes the is the perfect coffee table magazine or gift for a creative. Featuring inspiring photography, fashion and style, as well as examinations of slow living. Kinfolk is an art and design publication that seeks to promote quality of life and connect a community of creative thinkers.

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