Let's forego the temporariness of trend - Inventory Magazine



By Mark Tan 26 April 2014

If you're tired of trends and hype weary, then you'll need to pick up a copy of Inventory.

Each issue seeks to forego the temporariness of trend to instead focus on the brands, designers and artists whose bodies of work reflect a commitment to quality, and a desire for innovation.

The latest issue (#10) comes with two different covers - one with Ichiru Nakatsu on the front, and the other with Dean Edmunds. Features  NIEVES, a little publishing company that focuses on artists' books and zines, shining the spotlight on the world of unheralded newcomers alongside recognizable names.

Designer and fabricator
 DEAN EDMUNDS, opts to pursue novelty in an effort to capture consumers' attention. Goods are now made to suit needs. Dean Edmunds is however, the exception.

This issue is all about the artisans' and craftsmen's love for their art. Their compelling passion will continue to inspire you as you flip the pages.






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