Minimal trend, Cereal Magazine

The minimal aesthetic is taking over the world, and the editorial business is pushing it to a whole new level. When I first got a glimpse of what was a lifestyle magazine, I instantly thought of really expensive things and impossible destinations. In conclusion, things to occupy rich people with. But this is slowly coming to an end. The magazines I recently read are much more down to earth and have an aesthetic preoccupation that is not expected. One of this examples is Cereal Magazine, a Bristol base mag that explores the image and text as a whole. The white aspect takes over the concept, they take a simple factor and transcend it to an unseen quality degree. The photography is as important as text so the content is delicately chosen and perfectly illustrated.

The fantastic design cover of Cereal

An exciting article about the New Paris
The magazine is published quarterly and you can subscribe it for £35.