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|Frequency||5 times a year|
|Final issue||May 2016|
|Website||Lodown Magazine www.lodownmagazine.com|
Lodown Magazine was a magazine which ran for 100 episodes from 1995 to 2016, featuring primarily articles on popular culture and boardsports. The magazine was published in landscape format and each episode had a unique design and font. The last episode dropped in May 2016.
History and profile
In 1995 Thomas Marecki aka 'Marok' founded Lodown in Berlin, Germany, and developed it as an influential visual component of the international skateboard, surfing and graffiti scene. The magazine also featured contemporary art, music, film, fashion, lifestyle and literature. The magazine won LeadAwards in 2003, 2004, 2007 and 2011.
Lodown magazine was produced bimonthly with a circulation of 40,000 copies (2013). The magazine was published in Berlin, Germany, and distributed worldwide.
From 2008 to 2015 there was an annual edition themed exclusively on the subject of modern art.
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