Omnom Magazine is a sustainable lifestyle publication that encourages a return to mindful, slow living.
We cover a wide range of topics exploring the stories of passionate people, small businesses striving to change the status quo and how to live a more considered life. All features and themes are rooted in a desire to live mindfully, make conscious choices and put community first.
Omnom aims to be a source of inspiration for people looking to make such changes by publishing content that is constructive, considered and accessible for all.
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A lot of people ask us why we chose print as a medium. We love the experience of holding a printed publication, smelling the inks and feeling the time and effort it took to create - from ideas to paper. We believe print is an antidote to today’s culture of instant gratification and encourage people to make time for pursuits away from the screen.
We hope Omnom can rest happily on your coffee table, kitchen counter or bookcase.
Each issue of Omnom Magazine is 96 pages printed with vegetable inks on quality 140gsm FSC-approved uncoated offset stock with 300gsm matte covers.
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Helena is a freelance writer, photographer and yoga teacher based in South East London working with mindful, ethical lifestyle brands.
Her journey started in the social media team at Ministry of Sound before moving on to the content and editorial teams at Urban Outfitters and MADE.COM respectively. An NCTJ-accredited journalist, she has spoken on panels about publishing, editorial and photography for ASOS, House of Vans and RAW Print.
Ben is a freelance designer and journalist with several years experience across a variety of industries. He was an English teacher at 19, a languages graduate at 24, a magazine editor at 25 and a marketing manager at 28, before co-founding Omnom and going full-time freelance as a creative consultant.
When not designing, writing or filming, Ben can usually be found running, climbing or keeping goal for his hapless 5-a-side team.