STORY HIGHLIGHT / THE LOST ISSUE : COLOMBIA

Snapshots

Story by Santiago Zapata

of Serendipity

"My venture into photography, which took a serious turn during the pandemic, yields interesting perspectives."

One Year Archive

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INTRODUCING

The Lost Issue

Collection Stories from 2020 and 2021

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ON THE COVER : INDIA

The Lost Issue is inspired by the cathartic feeling of getting to be outdoors again after months under lockdown. In this issue, we celebrate stories of survival and success amid the pandemic. Find your way to cope and set forth.

STORY HIGHLIGHT / THE LOST ISSUE : INDONESIA

MARTAROMBO: A Journey to Discover My Heritage

Story by Kiki Nasution

"I was born in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Both of my parents are descendants of the Mandailing, one of North Sumatran native tribes, consisting of many clans – my mother a Batubara, and my father Nasution. Since the Mandailing tradition is patrilineal, I inherited the name Nasution. A Mandailing clan name is not simply cosmetic, but with it comes identity and responsibility to be borne."

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FEATURED INTERVIEW / THE LOST ISSUE : AUSTRALIA

A Conversation with Tara Bennett in Sydney.

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Located at Surry Hills, Tara shares her passion about Japanese ethos and how she develops her store. If you are in Sydney, make your way to The Provider Store.

With practical minimalist design in mind, Tara carefully curated the brands sold at her store, genuinely sourcing them herself. With such passion, she travels to Japan with a purpose, learning the Japanese heritage and its customs in the process of developing her store.

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ISSUE HIGHLIGHT : VOLUME EIGHT

We are constantly looking for like-minded individuals to share their stories in our magazine. If you have the same passion, feel free to get in touch with us for possible collaborations. We love to hearing from you.

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