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Issue #1 Cutlery 
The first issue is about plastic cutlery. The major items of cutlery are the knife, fork and spoon. They are commonly used for serving and eating food. Plastic spoons, forks, and knives are made for disposable use, and meant to be thrown away after one use.
Artists: Adrian Samson / Annegien van Doorn / Beni Bischof / Blaise Cepis / Brad Downey / Daniel Eatock / Helga Major/ Jaap Scheeren / Mauricio Alejo / Maxime Guyon / Paoola Paloma / Pinar & Viola / Ruth van Beek / Simon Wald-Lasowski / Stephanie Gonot & James Goodrich / Thomas Aangeenbrug / Thomas Albdorf / Thomas Mailänder / Thomas Nondh Jansen / Ventura Knopová / We make Carpets/Amy Kouwenhouven
Issue #2 Sponge 
The second issue is all about the sponge. A sponge is a tool or cleaning aid consisting of porous material. Sponges are usually used for cleaning impervious surfaces. They are especially good at absorbing water and water-based solutions. Sponges are commonly made from cellulose wood fibres or foamed plastic polymers.
Artists: Thomas Albdorf / Mauricio Alejo / Roger Ballen / Olaf Breuning / Blaise Cepis / Harmen de Hoop/ Annegien Van Doorn / Brad Downey / Petros Efstathiadis / Maurice van Es / Kostis Fokas / Jacob Haupt / Inka & Niclas / Thomas Nondh Jansen / Anouk Kruithof / Mazaccio & Drowilal / Bianca Pilet / PUTPUT / Augustin Rebetez / Anna Lomax / Rebecca Scheinberg / Dom Sebastian / Rumiko Utsu / We Make Carpets
Issue #3 Cotton Bud 
Cotton buds consist of a small wad of cotton wrapped around one or both ends of a short rod, usually made of plastic. They are commonly used in a variety of applications including cleaning your ears, first aid, cosmetics, and arts and crafts.
Artists: AKATRE / Mauricio Alejo / Gustav Almestål / Jessica Backhaus / Annegien van Doorn / Daniel Eatock / Tobias Faisst / Kostis Fokas / Ryan Hopkinson & Andrew Stellitano / Maurizio Di Iorio / Thomas Nondh Jansen / Cilla Klenyánszki / Chris Maggio / meatwreck / Andrew B. Myers / Olya Oleici / Lonneke van der Palen / PUTPUT / Slinkachu / Helmut Smits / Daniel Stier / Florent Tanet / Li Wei
Issue #4 Socks
A sock is an item of clothing worn on the feet and often covering the ankle and some part of the calf. Some type of shoe or boot is typically worn over socks. One of the roles of socks is absorbing perspiration. The foot is among the heaviest producers of sweat in the body. Socks help to absorb this sweat and draw it to areas where air can evaporate the perspiration. In cold environments, socks made from wool insulate the foot and decrease the risk of frostbite. Socks are worn with sport shoes (typically white-coloured socks) and dress shoes (typically dark-coloured socks). In addition to the numerous practical roles played by socks, they are also a fashion item.
Artists: Thomas Albdorf / Mauricio Alejo / Bela Borsodi / Sandrine Boulet / Jan Dirk van der Burg / Scottie Cameron / Christto & Andrew / Alexander Coggin / Annie Collinge & Sarah May / Adam Cruces / Ryan Duffin / Daniel Everett / Nicolas Haeni / Jan Hoek / Noah Jackson / Thomas Nondh Jansen / Julia et Vincent / Vendula Knopová / Namsa Leuba / Imke Ligthart / Olya Oleinic / Kent Rogowski / Thomas Rousset / Adrian Samson / Jaap Scheeren / Bram Spaan / James Unsworth
Ordinary Magazine launch + expo at KK OUTLET Londen
Issue #5 Rubbish bag
A rubbish bag is a disposable bag used to contain rubbish. Such bags are useful to line the insides of waste containers to prevent the insides of the receptacle from becoming coated in waste material. Most bags these days are made out of plastic, and are typically black in color.
Kevin van Aelst / Mauricio Alejo / Bompas & Parr / Lotte van Eijk / Kostis Fokas / Amos Fricke / Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek / David Brandon Geeting
Heleen Haijtema & Tryntsje Nauta / Sebastian Henkel / Lauren Hillebrandt / Jan Hoek & Godlisten Meshack / Harmen de Hoop / Thomas Nondh Jansen / John / Martin Kollar / Daisuke Koyama / Kelia Anne McCluskey / Chris Maggio / Hans van der Meer / Malcom Nduati / Perrine Philomeen / Cécilia Poupon / Andy Price / PUTPUT / Rottingdean Bazaar & Annie Collonge / Phebe Schmidt / Helmut Smits / Rachel Stern/ Zhongjia Sun / Synchrodogs / Florent Tanet / Yumiko Utsu / Marie Valognes / Wyne Veen / Daniele Vickers / Ben Wheele
Issue #6 Air
Air is the general name for the mixture of gases that makes up the Earth's atmosphere. It is the clear gas in which living things live and breathe. It has an indefinite shape and volume. It has no colour or smell. Air is a mixture of about 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, 0.04% carbon dioxide, and very small amounts of other gases. There is an average of about 1% water vapour.
Mauricio Alejo Anders Brasch-Willumsen Alessandro Capitani Guerra Biel Capllonch Elmer Driessen Kostis Fokas Brian Galderisi David Brandon Geeting Simone Giara & Tzvi Capineri Tosetti Keegan Grandbois Marloes Haarmans Jacob Haupt Inka & Niclas Thomas Nondh Jansen Diane Meyer Charles Negre Olya Oleinic One Block Down Marcela Pardo Ariza PUTPUT Rottingdean Bazaar & Annie Collinge Daniel Stier Turbonerds Lonneke van der Palen Alex Wallbaum
Issue #7 Straw
A straw is a small pipe that allows its user to more conveniently consume a beverage. A thin tube of plastic (such as polypropylene and polystyrene), or other material is used by placing one end in the mouth and the other in the beverage. A combination of muscular action of the tongue and cheeks reduces air pressure in the mouth and above the liquid in the straw, whereupon atmospheric pressure forces the beverage through the straw. Straws can be straight or have an angle-adjustable bellows segment. Plastic straws account for a significant amount of unrecycled plastic waste and contribute to plastic pollution in the ocean.
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