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seven years of kanto

This January, we celebrate our first year as a website and our seventh year as a title championing creativity around the world. To mark this momentous occasion, our three editors have gathered 16 of our favorite stories and conversations in an issue that chronicles both our creative journey as a brand, and the blossoming of creativity in all corners of the globe. We have weathered disasters, wars, and a raging pandemic in our nearly seven years together, but it is encouraging to witness the hope that creativity embodies stay aflame.

Cover image: Sculptor Benji Reyes’ woodworking studio, photographed by Neal Oshima

ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

A Look Back

SEVEN YEARS OF KANTO

This January, we celebrate our first year as a website and our seventh year as a title championing creativity around the world. To mark this momentous occasion, our three editors have gathered 16 of our favorite stories and conversations in an issue that chronicles both our creative journey as a brand, and the blossoming of creativity in all corners of the globe. We have weathered disasters, wars, and a raging pandemic in our nearly seven years together, but it is encouraging to witness the hope that creativity embodies stay aflame.

Cover image: Sculptor Benji Reyes’ woodworking studio, photographed by Neal Oshima

peter mendelsund

The world-famous designer shares his journey from concert pianist to book designer to novelist and painter, and the insights revealed along the way

 

carina reyes

What does Carina ‘Careng’ Soriano Reyes have to do with Benji Reyes’ career? “Everything,” says the sculptor and woodworking maestro.
 

luneta photographers

Danielle Austria and photographer Jaypee Fadrilan visit the stalwart photographers of Luneta and discover unflinching faith and pride in their trade

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