Cereal Volume 20
Cereal is a magazine rooted in passions for food, for travel and for books, with all the wonderful things they can teach us.
Isn’t every day better when you learn something new? The editors believe that the enjoyment of food and travel are two significant elements of a good life. More and more of us are in a position to enjoy both on a fairly regular basis now, so much so that knowing what to experience first can be daunting at times.
This is where Cereal comes in. Each quarterly issue of Cereal will contain detailed expositions of edible topics, travel destinations, as well as profiles on products, people and places that are chosen because they’re relevant, interesting, or have simply caught the editors attention.
In part, Cereal is aimed at our inner child. Back when we were little, we learned many fun facts from the back of cereal boxes.
One of our fondest memories of childhood is of waking up to a huge bowl of something crunchy and milky, devouring the words and pictures on the back of the packet.
These boxes were the first thing we read each day, and they taught and entertained us. Hence, Cereal. We hope to become your morning read.
In this issue:
In our AW 2020 issue we look to the restorative power of art and nature.
We meet with artists Torkwase Dyson, Anish Kapoor and Edmund de Waal. We visit Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Enoura Observatory and the home of master stonecutter Masatoshi Izumi in Japan, MONA in Tasmania, and Pavillon Le Corbusier in Switzerland. We traverse the expanses of the Atacama Desert and Patagonia in Chile, and unwind by the ocean in Broome, western Australia.