Drawing from the transportive pleasure of great writing and photography, Lindsay is a new magazine with a curiosity for local cultures. From the breakfast table to the potter’s wheel, it looks at the way creativity is sparked by the history, identity and people of a place.
Founded by an ex-Frankie designer in Melbourne, this impressive first issue embarks through Mexico, Florence, Myanmar and beyond, to provide a thoughtful, carefully footnoted study of the small things that make each locality shimmer in its own way. Scroll down to see some spreads, and head over to Sampler to order your copy for free shipping and 10% off.
In this issue:
— An interview with Ann Goldstein, translator of Elena Ferrante
— Breakfast diaries from four different cities
— Yumna Al-Arashi on being a Yemeni-American Muslim in the Trump era
— The influence of Aboriginal ball game Marngrook on Australian football today
— Photo series: ceramics from around the world (above)
— And the tech scene in Nairobi
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