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Anthology Magazine

blog_beauty_anthologyIt debuted in the fall of 2010, and quickly gained attention from design lovers. Meet Anthology magazine, a new publication released by UC Santa Cruz grad Anh-Minh Le and co-founder Meg Mateo Ilasco, a well-known crafting author. Together, the pair has introduced a much-needed, relaxing, inspiring, gorgeous magazine featuring interior design, also called a “shelter and lifestyle magazine.” It’s been a long time since I found a publication like this, where you actually want to read every article, and mosey through the magazine, absorbing the wealth of creative insights. In its first run, which came out in the fall of last year, the magazine interviewed Design*Sponge blogger Grace Bonney, it took a look at charming items for your home, and offered up much more. In this second issue, recently on stands and selling at places like Stripe in Downtown Santa Cruz, the editorial team reveals some drool-worthy home items, looks at an art gallery in San Francisco, shares about hot cocoa and more. The magazine is published quarterly and sells for $12. Visit anthologymag.com for a closer look, to order a copy, or follow their blog. Or, stop by Stripe in Downtown Santa Cruz to pick up your own issue of Anthology.

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