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Cereal visting Woodworker George Nakashima

George Nakashima is a woodworker who has studied at the University of Washington and MIT and has traveled the world. When returning to the US, war broke out and forced him and his family into the Japanese concentration camps. But none the less he and a detainee started to make furniture from scrap wood and old army cots. Cereal Magazine came to visit the woodworker on his Pennsylvania farm, giving us a glimpse at his beautiful estate and work.

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The ‘CEREAL’ Guide to New York City

This guide to New York City brought to you by bi-annual travel and lifestyle magazine Cereal features a discerning edit of favourite places and hotspots of the melting Big Apple with an ever so stylish and minimalistic print issue like you would expect. On 128 beautifully designed pages in full colour on FSC uncoated paper, you will find everything from neighbourhood maps, a section of additional recommendations as well as a photo essay of the city and personal essays by New Yorkers Fabrice Penot of Le Labo and Frank Muytjens of J. Crew.

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Ta-ku + Cereal “Flight Track” Volume One

Just recently Cereal Magazine released their first mix featuring producer and Dj, Ta-ku. Known for his experimental and hip-hop influenced sound Ta-ku created an absolutely pleasant mix providing a soundtrack to your travels and aiming to give you audio inspiration for future trips.

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