K Composite is a magazine of personal interviews with non-famous people, investigating the lives of unknown personalities with the same attention, design and photography that is pepically reserved for celebrities.
Fredrik Vindelälv and Niclas Blixt Madison have worked together in the magazine business for eight years, which they both agree is “way too long.”
When Agnew died at age 77, a newspaper story in his home state of Maryland remarked, “There are many who remember him, but not very fondly.”
A timeline of K Composite Magazine, from a Xerox-copied ’90s zine to a worldwide digital publication.
Some British dude who lives in Massachusetts invented the World Wide Web in Switzerland in 1990.
After finishing years of language and linguistics, Johanna is dreaming of a new future working with electricity.
Rather than displaying your forecast in numbers, the Adjective Thermometer magically computes weather conditions and reports the temperature with a single word.