Launched against the backdrop of the colossal economic downturn in Greece, its remarkable this self-styled, “Biannual Journal of Curiosities” managed to get off the ground. And yet Kennedy magazine continues to thrive. Offering a hotchpotch of interviews, artwork, photography, thoughts, opinion and profiles, influenced strongly by the personal preferences and passions of founder, Athens-based photographer Chris Kontos. It’s a publication not unafraid to be ‘smart’, eager to question and unafraid of the obscure. While style plays a part, you’ll also stumble upon spotlights on fisherman in Bali, Grecian bookshop owners and historical essays espousing the benefit of independent retail. A mixed bag to be sure. Your coffee table isn’t properly dressed without it.