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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 12, 2013 01:09 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Feb 11, 2013

Editorial pundits may be proclaiming the death of print, but that isn’t discouraging writers, photographers and designers from pouring themselves into publications that celebrate the particular joys of a glossy two-page spread. The new UK food and travel quarterly magazine, Cereal, has set for itself the lofty goal “of making something — Continue reading …




 

 

Editorial pundits may be proclaiming the death of print, but that isn’t discouraging writers, photographers and designers from pouring themselves into publications that celebrate the particular joys of a glossy two-page spread.

The new UK food and travel quarterly magazine, Cereal, has set for itself the lofty goal “of making something timeless, by crafting and curating a tactile experience.” And, to that end, its 140 pages of ad-free recipes, interviews and “detailed expositions” showcase a gorgeously decadent expanse of white space, meticulously crafted copy and the kind of ravishing food photography that sends culinary duffers (like me) on a mad quest for ingredients with names they can’t pronounce.

And, for the record, has the lowly pine cone ever made a more captivating cover subject?

Photo credits: Cereal


 

 

 
 
 

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