LE CHAT CHIC by Luc Braquet Since 2011, Kinfolk has dedicated its magazine to stories about creativity, community and living life with intention. The same values guide its creative process, and each image considered for publication in the magazine is judged on its ability to stand alone and stand the test of time. An exciting extension of Kinfolk’s ambition to foster community and celebrate the creative talents of its contributors, The Kinfolk Print Collection brings the magazine’s most iconic and enduring editorial images off the printed page. The collection of 10 prints was selected by the Kinfolk team in collaboration with ALIUM—a like-minded, multifaceted gallery of everlasting artworks and timeless decor, and a valued new partner in Kinfolk’s creative pursuits. Spanning architecture, art, animals and still life arrangements, The Kinfolk Print Collection introduces a series of classic artworks from Kinfolk magazine that invite pause for thought and continued contemplation. Shop the collection here. SPOT THE DIFFERENCE by Aaron Tilley & Lisa Jahovic THINGS FALL APART #2 by Pelle Crépin HOW TO WEAR A HAT by Simone Cavadini SOFT STROKES #2 by Diane Dal-Pra SOFT STROKES #1 by Diane Dal-Pra XAVIER CORBERÓ #1 by Salva López XAVIER CORBERÓ #2 by Salva López MUSCLE MEMORY by Dorte Tuladhar THINGS FALL APART #1 by Pelle Crépin Related Stories Design Issue 18 Sense in Symmetry From radial swirls to mirror images, the natural world often shows that there’s beauty in balance. Arts & Culture Issue 18 Natural Perspective: Michele Oka Doner Michele Oka Doner weaves the human-made and natural elements of her day to find balance in both. Design Issue 17 Neighborhood: Playgrounds A playground is a cross-generational neighborhood essential where toddlers learn about balance, teenagers awkwardly coexist and old folks play chess. Arts & Culture Issue 15 My Bedside Table: The Curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, renowned critic, art historian and curator tells us how he assembles the items next to his bed and shares a few morning rituals. Arts & Culture Issue 14 The Luminary Artist Olafur Eliasson knows a thing or two about light: He shined a giant sun in London, made a moon with Ai Weiwei and designs portable solar lamps. Plein Air Café Drawing from the impressionist ideal of painting outdoors, partners Soo Choi and Kevin Heisner have made Chicago's Plein Air Café a dreamy space.