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Sep. 16, 2021 by

[PDF version of poem available for download at bottom]. All images and artwork property of Aleksandr Beaudoin. Taken around Lake Como, Italy. I always knew I loved to travel, but

Ar[t]chitecture

Apr. 18, 2021 by

[PDF version of article available for download at bottom]. All images property of Aleksandr Beaudoin and taken at Columbia University‘s Morningside Heights campus in New York City. At first glance,

Movements;

Jan. 24, 2021 by

Photo series and accompanying poem.

The Little Things.

Dec. 11, 2020 by

A quick meetup. A walk through the park. A disappearing shadow. A unique plant. Time with friends and family. This year, more than ever, the little things were emphasized. They

Remotely, Seen

Oct. 31, 2020 by

The pandemic has led us to live in a remote world. A virtual universe where comfort is queen and our homes matter more than ever. The spaces we occupy, the people we interact with, the select places we go; all taking an even greater significance than before. Increasing the levels to which we cherish them. With this, comes the human need to feel seen. A desire that can manifest itself in long-needed demonstrations or just the clothes we wear. With all the craziness happening in the world, this editorial hopes to bring comfort, class, and creativity to your day and life. To remind you that we all need to feel seen, even remotely. Even in the slightest.