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We wanted a midlife crisis with a purpose, not a Porsche. The Porsche would’ve been cheaper.
Amrit Pal Singh might be getting a lot of press for his NFTs but he puts more value in community.
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A small milestone - this is the 10th issue!
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Shaz Hassan on building a culturally relevant body of work, deciding to close down their Singapore studio, and why every creator has a “therapy piece.”
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Two lawyers trade billable hours for something more valuable: time. Which led to travel, exploration, and single-origin Thai chocolate.