Lately, I've been hearing all about "Selvedge", the magazine coming out of London. The spreads are rich with textiles, prints and very worldly interiors as if they've traveled miles in courier mail...gathering stamps from Afghanistan to London. It's pure visual eye candy and I anticipate the day when I will finally get my hands on a physical copy. It will be very refreshing to see fine craft thoughtfully edited and presented without the consumer drive that most magazines are pushing these days. I think Selvedge demonstrates a keen sensitivity to global citizenry & the hand-made.

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