The Motif Magazine, Issue 1 – The Blue Motif (Cover 6)
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The first issue of The Motif Magazine, a new experience, a canvas entirely devoted to each issues’ unique motif.
Opening this new venture is ‘The Blue Motif’ — a study and a celebration of the colour blue in all its incarnations; connecting the sky with the depths of the sea.
Contributors in the first issue are Casper Sejersen, Julia Hetta, Amanda Harlech, Benny Horne, Kasper Kacprzyk, Emma Tempest, Koto Bolofo, Boe Marion, Andreas Larsson, Carlotta Managio and many more.
Numbered edition of 5000.
208 pages, 250x340mm.
Creative Director: Jakob de Tobon
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