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  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • Lost Not Found | Vol. 2,  Issue 1 - REBEL FIN CO.
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Lost Not Found

Lost Not Found | Vol. 2, Issue 1

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Lost Not Found is an independent print magazine based out of Oahu, Hawaii with a mission: to get off the beaten path, go behind the scenes, follow the swells, seek the truth, and bring you the good vibes.

The first issue has great topics in store:

- FEATURES - 

  • Catch a glimpse into South Carolina's Kate Barattini on how surfing is related to the natural world with Southern Charm. Her artistic touch and inner weirdness intertwine to create something unique and mesmerizing. Words by Kate Barattini. Photography by @follyhood
     
  • Surfing As Medicine. Leah Dawson shares insight from influential individuals on how surfing heals the mind and body, as well as how surfing is utilized to deal with issues of femininity and religion.  
     
  • The Power Of Surfing. With a dream to diversify lineups globally, these strong-minded and strong-hearted women have teamed up to bring awareness of the stigmas about women and the ocean. 
     
  • Portfolio. An authentic take on island life living, seen through the eyes of surfer/photographer Brooke Berry. How does she stay grounded in a world of fast-paced social-media chaos? Words and Photography by Brooke Berry.
     
  • Elegance Gallery. First, take a few sips from your coffee while reading through our features. Then when you get to the gallery, sit back and enjoy a photographic presentation of surfing femininity from across the globe.
     
  • In Touch, “Primal Horizon”. Photographer Christa Funk shares the spiritual benefit of waking up early to take advantage of perfect conditions and good friends, that are willing. 

 

21 x 27 cm | english | 84 pages

 

SUPPORT

Wir unterstützen wir Organisationen und NGOs, die sich für soziale Gerechtigkeit und Umweltschutz einsetzen: 1% For The Planet, die Surfrider Foundation, Provide The Slide und Paddle Paddle.