The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons
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The Lissome Issue No 3 Cosmic Commons

THE LISSOME N°3: Cosmic Commons
Cosmic Commons Cover

"In our third edition, The Lissome N°3: Cosmic Commons, we envision a synthesis of the intimate and the celestial and take a playful dive into the galaxies of outer space and inner worlds. We aim to create a vision board for (a) collaborative future(s), a living breathing commons, filled with cosmic laughter and universal love.

We listen into a new epoch and sense an ancient network of interconnections. Where is our place as humans in the vastness of the night sky? Star seeds are gathering, and the sanctity of the commons shows us a path: we can rebuild our world by coming together and reclaiming our shared prosperity and aliveness. The sacredness of space is not for one to rule but for all to steward. Our future is a pluriverse." - The Lissome.

- Format: The Lissome is a 144-pages coffee table magazine, measuring 31 x 22,6 cm. It has a high-quality stitch binding to secure durability and easy reading.
- Special Bonus: The magazine includes a complimentary guidebook, The Book of Kin. Besides a curated selection of slow makers and kin-spirited brands who reflect the lissome values and love for thoughtful craftsmanship and beauty, it features four interviews with slow clothing vanguards who share insights into their best practices.
- Mindfully-Made: The Lissome is produced locally in Berlin by Druckhaus Sportflieger, a FSC® certified printer renowned for its high-quality and craftsmanship. The magazine is printed on Enviro Top U, a 100% FSC® recycled paper which is Blauer Engel and EU Ecolabel certified.

Featuring interviews, essays & fashion stories:
Helena Norberg-Hodge / Local is our Future
Andrea Vetter / Convivial Transformations
Jason Edward Lewis / Indigenous Perspectives for AI
Ulrich Grober / Moonshot Thinking
Iai Takai / Earth Clothes from a Mountain Village
David Bollier / The Sanctity of the Commons
Homo Faber and the Human Scale
Ania Zoltkowski / Pluriversality
Bethany Rigby / Satellite Launches
Charles Eisenstein / A Gathering of the Tribe
Patterns of Rural Commoning with Atelier Fanelsa
Heidi Gustafson / Rare Earth Pigments

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