Kinfolk

Coffee table goodness.

Obsessed with anything from Portland, Brooklyn, and / or Stockholm, I recently came across the magazine, Kinfolk, from Portland, Oregon. And now, I am hooked. This inspirational, quarterly, ad-free print magazine is a piece of art, not just a magazine. Goodbye, Cosmo, and Hello, Basquiat! (And yes, I had this planned before the New York Times Sunday Styles article yesterday! The Josie Girl and the NYT apparently think alike!)

Kinfolk

The magazine collects ideas from a community of artists, writers, designers, photographers, and cooks who write, photograph, and display images and articles on everything from creating small gatherings to finding new things to make and do. You feel more beautiful and whole just by READING this magazine.

 

Font + image + presentation = sold!

Font + image + presentation = sold!

The magazine is more like a book than a magazine, as it is printed on uncoated paper, and contains beautiful imagery, thoughtful essays, informative interviews, practical tips, and stories. I am in the process of collecting each issue and keeping them as books. They make a perfect coffee / side table book / gift for a hostess, or just inspiration for your home, kitchen, and self. Kinfolk is truly a lifestyle magazine, attracting anyone who loves food, decor, photographs, and leading a balanced and hip life!

 

Breath-takingly beautiful covers.

Breath-takingly beautiful covers.

Side by side.

Side by side

Founded in 2011, Kinfolk has published 11 issues and is becoming more wide-spread and internationally known. In addition to the print magazine, they also have an online presence and a book. I can’t wait to order the book! Each issue has a specific focus, and does a complete and full 360 degree look at that concept. For example, the current issue is the Home Issue. It does a thorough exploration of the meaning of home, what it looks like, how different people arrange their homes, etc. I can’t get enough!

 

An article in the "Age Issue" on becoming your mother. That has already happened with me.

An article in the “Age Issue” on becoming your mother. That has already happened with me.

California Dreaming in the "Home Issue" highlighting one of my favorite boutiques, The General Store, and its owners. I want to be them.

California Dreaming in the “Home Issue” highlighting one of my favorite boutiques, The General Store, and its owners. I want to be them.

Some of the photos from the magazines.

Some of the photos from the magazines

You can also use the website as a city guide, searching for what is the place to go when visiting a city.

You can also use the website as a city guide, searching for where to go when visiting a certain city. Good resource!

Coffee table goodness.

Coffee table goodness for our home in Pound Ridge

 

You can order on Amazon (for discounted prices). The lush and beautiful photography will inspire you! Thank you, Portland, Oregon, for once again being the hippest of the hip and the coolest of the cool. Have a great week.

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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5 Comments

  1. I loved this article yesterday and love this post.. seems like an amazing magazine.

  2. Unrelated note: that double gold band ring you have it stunning! And the magazine looks interesting too! 🙂

  3. I read the NYT article as well and I’ve seen a few posts about this on Face Book. Seems to be the new popular magazine! I’ll have to get my hands on a copy ASAP.

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