Our research has uncovered significant evidence suggesting that the Christmas season is not the “most wonderful time of the year.”
When your friends and relatives are gathered around the tree, knock their socks off with these amazing, little-known trivia facts about Christmas.
Blimey! Ol’ Copperknob is monged out and knackered. Not the first time this nob got rat-arsed on scrumpy from the off-licence, right?
Growing up in Muhammad Ali’s hometown, I saw him in person for the first time when I was 11. For me and millions more, it was his personality that I couldn’t pull my eyes away from.
In the fall of 1991, Kim Sampson was interviewed by Scott Ritcher for the first issue of K Composite Magazine.
I just can’t make fun of Cynthia Rowley’s 16-year-old daughter kicking ass on the waves in a pair of silver heels.
Mary Regal is on an eternal hunt for the perfect avocado. That hunt is a horrible curse, because you don’t know you have the perfect avocado until you open it, but as soon as you open it you have to eat it. Then the search begins again.
The details of what Doctor Who actually is may induce chronic eye rolling and repeated under-your-breath utterances of the word “whatever.” Hang in there, we’re all in this together.
Amy Riggs is a reluctant senior at Assumption High School. She is an actor and has performed in […]
Helena has a theory that people look like the things they’re allergic to. “For example, I have a friend called Kim. He’s allergic to milk and he really looks like milk.”
Linn is the author of three Swedish cookbooks, which she also photographed and designed. Her tiny apartment is like a factory for creativity.
Jenny has worked in magazine design her entire adult life and was one of the world’s pioneers in designing magazines for the iPad.
K Composite is thrilled to be re-issuing Jessica Silversaga’s first photography book as a special edition for the iPad.
Alexis Luescher was interviewed in the summer of 1999 while working as a clerk at the Highlands-Shelby Park Library in Louisville
As an elite member of the Stockholm media was joined by about twenty of my alleged colleagues while a Scottish bloke name Bruce from Drambuie walked us through some quick and dirty recipes.
Jason Noble is the kind of person whose accomplishments are so vast and varied that their description is as ornery a literary task as could be mustered. He was interviewed for K Composite in 1996.
When interviewed in 2000, Mark Tyler Kreft was a 20-year-old Louisville graphic designer who claimed to be a “frickin’ kick ass dude,” but he didn’t want you to think he was a “potty mouth.”
Kate Middleton was a scholarship student at Xavier University in Cincinnati when interviewed in 1999 (in moving vehicle […]
Sarah Mattingly grew up on a farm in rural Kentucky and she has the accent to prove it.
Some people who have been interviewed in K Composite have interviewed or photographed their friends in subsequent issues of the magazine. This page shows all those connections.
Questions about K Composite Magazine which are asked somewhat frequently.
You’ll really enjoy this quick video guide to the iPad version of K Composite Magazine for iPad. It has music, coffee and a pleasant foreign-sounding narrator!
PART 2 of 2: We meet some Kik users and find out why the fudge they’re using such a thing.