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Lagom magazine

Contributed by Tomas Brousil on Feb 29th, 2016. Artwork published in .
    The logo is a modified version of Aparo.
    License: All Rights Reserved.

    The logo is a modified version of Aparo.

    “Lagom” is a Swedish word with no direct English translation, but loosely describes the concept of having just the right amount of something: not too little, not too much. This general theme of leading a balanced life pervades every issue of Lagom and guides us to new stories.

    The magazine is divided into three distinct sections: Spaces & Places, Craft & Create, and Escape & Recharge. So, moving through each issue, the reader finds inspirational workspaces, hotels, restaurants, and homes from around the world; then gets to meet the makers and craftspeople creating truly unique work; then finally unwinds with a look at pastimes and hobbies that help attain that all-important sense of balance in our busy, modern lives.

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    Source: http://www.readlagom.com http://www.readlagom.com. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    2 Comments on “Lagom magazine”

    1. Elliot Jay Stocks says:
      Aug 6th, 2018  1:46 pm

      Just a minor correction to say that the logo is actually a modified version of Aparo, by DSType — I didn’t hand-draw it. :)

    2. Aug 7th, 2018  5:10 pm

      Thanks for setting the record straight, Elliot! Corrected.

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