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FAIM

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FAIM

Fresh from France and published in French and English, FAIM is made up of three elements: people, places and food. It’s about self-starters and entrepreneurs, a team with a dream or go-getters who have gone against the grain to do something different. FAIM goes to cities to find adventurous people they hope will inspire others, at the same time proving itself to be a handy travel guide for those searching for another side to an urban place. Co-founder and editor in chief, Naiara Reig, tells us about the second issue which tours the local and vibrant haunt of Bristol.  Hi...

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Lodestars Anthology

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Lodestars Anthology

A lodestar is a guiding star, helping travellers navigate the ocean and thus, the world. Now in its third year of publication, Lodestars Anthology has swept across continents, gathering like-minded travellers along the way. Currently moored in New Zealand, Lodestars is set to sail on to France and India in the coming year. We caught up with Liz Schaffer, founding editor of the magazine, to find out more. Hi Liz! The last time we spoke you'd just been in Japan. Where are you currently? I am in gloriously grey London for three weeks and absolutely loving it. Travel is what I live for,...

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Cartography

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Cartography

There’s something about a large format magazine that gives it undeniable weight and presence. Often used for fashion, travel is just as suitable and underused. If most of the content is photography, why not give it the space to shine? Cartography utilises this to its advantage, and has produced something that is simultaneously striking and intimate. Between its pages, issue two traverses through the Peruvian Amazon, Northern Cyclades and Faroe Islands, immediately setting itself apart from the catalogues of holiday destinations. Cartography comes across as more personal. The photographers and writers who visit these far-flung places are quite humble, recognising...

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