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Photograph: © Vitsœ

Photograph: © Vitsœ

Photograph © bpk / Abisag Tüllmann

Photograph © bpk / Abisag Tüllmann

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Kinfolk_Vol23_WordShoshin_01

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kinfolk_vol22_workinglivesofcats_01

Ceremony: Ceremonies, whether somber or wild, divine or secular, seek to temporarily elevate human action to a higher realm. In ancient Greece, the laurel wreath gave fleeting divinity to triumphant poets and athletes, and the thyrsus, a plant-spear topped with a pinecone, was hoisted amid the ecstatic revels of the Dionysian cult. A crown of flowers was given to high-born women during medieval festivals, raising them to a presiding role atop the hierarchy of courtly love. On the Día de…

Ceremony: Ceremonies, whether somber or wild, divine or secular, seek to temporarily elevate human action to a higher realm. In ancient Greece, the laurel wreath gave fleeting divinity to triumphant poets and athletes, and the thyrsus, a plant-spear topped with a pinecone, was hoisted amid the ecstatic revels of the Dionysian cult. A crown of flowers was given to high-born women during medieval festivals, raising them to a presiding role atop the hierarchy of courtly love. On the Día de…

Romance: We give flowers to the people we desire. It’s a way of saying “something has grown inside me, about you.” Flower-giving is a pan-cultural element of courtship and seduction, a metaphor that few can resist. The world’s poets, however, have long worried over the fact that these symbolic flowers have a habit of withering. Here we see love in crimson and black. The fruit-bearing Anthurium, or “tail-feather,” encloses male and female structures within each of its blooms, testifying to…

Romance: We give flowers to the people we desire. It’s a way of saying “something has grown inside me, about you.” Flower-giving is a pan-cultural element of courtship and seduction, a metaphor that few can resist. The world’s poets, however, have long worried over the fact that these symbolic flowers have a habit of withering. Here we see love in crimson and black. The fruit-bearing Anthurium, or “tail-feather,” encloses male and female structures within each of its blooms, testifying to…

Corsage: The corsage, brought nervously by teenagers to doorsteps every year, is a talisman of purity given on a mission of desire. The name derives from the French word for the bodice of a dress, where flowers were pinned on formal occasions. One gives a corsage in full sight of someone’s family. It signifies a promise to protect while hinting at more passionate motives. The calla is a flower with similarly parallel meanings. It has a long association with purity, even with the Virgin Mary…

Corsage: The corsage, brought nervously by teenagers to doorsteps every year, is a talisman of purity given on a mission of desire. The name derives from the French word for the bodice of a dress, where flowers were pinned on formal occasions. One gives a corsage in full sight of someone’s family. It signifies a promise to protect while hinting at more passionate motives. The calla is a flower with similarly parallel meanings. It has a long association with purity, even with the Virgin Mary…

As its name implies, the Piece Round stool by Take Home Design is composed of small pieces of walnut or oak connected in a circular composition.

As its name implies, the Piece Round stool by Take Home Design is composed of small pieces of walnut or oak connected in a circular composition.

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kinfolk_vol22_wordtrypophobia_01

Burgundy Ace curtain by Louise Sigvardt for Kvadrat, camel velvet curtain by Kvadrat, Lucens rug by Linie Design, Beolit 15 player by B&O Play and Sintra table by Frama

Burgundy Ace curtain by Louise Sigvardt for Kvadrat, camel velvet curtain by Kvadrat, Lucens rug by Linie Design, Beolit 15 player by B&O Play and Sintra table by Frama