The thirteenth issue of Kinfolk finds the magazine revelling in past blunders and forging ahead embracing the imperfect. They celebrate the holes in their socks, the scorched attempts at making marmalade and all the crappy haircuts they've had over the years. Depsite the illusion of perfection and pristine organization, Kinfolk finds reality to be much different. Idealizing the idyllic life is nice, but dropping the facade momentarily allows a celebration of shortcomings. The flawed details are the beautiful blemishes of a life lived to the fullest. Make mistakes. Get messy. Be imperfect.
LJUS -první, kdo uvedl KINFOLK na český trh. S velkou radostí a potěšením.