vailable all across town, from NW5 out to the wilds of Gatwick and Stansted Airports and beyond, the brand new September 2018 print edition of Kentishtowner is available from today.
On the cover is the second installment of our call for local artists (see all those featured in the previous edition now online here) and the art and personal stories are are every bit as fascinating as the first bunch.
Take the striking cover image, shot in Leverton Place by twentysomething photographer Alice Greenfield. “The subject here is blogger Alice Cruickshank,” she says. “We both worked together in the area and collaborated a few times during our lunch breaks. That road was perfect for our pictures with its colourful houses.”
The edition features half a dozen other creatives too, from a 3D-collage creator to a painter, jeweler and even a customiser of antlers(!) discussing what inspires their work – and where they like to hang out.
We also check out Kami on Fortess Road after its recent revamp, discover a favourite new poké place deep in Camden Market, and writers Caitlin Moran and Lucy Rhiannon Cosslett talk to us about their new novels.
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