Indie Mags Spotlight Part 2

November 20, 2013 BY MAIA SCHOENFELDER

There’s nothing like sitting down on Sunday Morning with a furry blanket/ onesies/ snuggie/ your-cozy-item-of-choice, a hot cup of coffee and a good old magazine. We may be dedicated to our blogrolls and loyal to online zines, but when we get a really good mag in the mail, there’s the sudden urge to tune out the world for a good hour and just immerse ourselves. We love the typefaces, the photographs, the editorials, the design and inspiring ideas. Know what we’re talking about? Have no idea? Yesterday we introducted our Indie Mags Spotlight, today we'll add two more zines to get you all good and prepped for Sunday on the couch. Get reading.

3- Cereal Magazine


Cereal Magazine is in pursuit of food and travel, which lends to a complete eye-candy experience, coming at you quarterly, straight from Bristol England. With six solid team members and a whole bevy of international contributing writers and photographers, Cereal sets us up to ogle over their minimalistic spreads, while working up an appetite for all things beautiful.

4- Kindling Quarterly

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Kindling points the spotlight on parents and the creative individuals who's lives as parents are inseperable from their professional lives. These stories are portrayed through art, interviews, editorials, essays and photography. This is the perfect magazine to pick up when your looking for the ultimate pick-me-up.

Check back every day this week for more independent magazines to grab at your neighborhood newsstand…or online.