I enjoy calling it the present continuous. We are united in it, independent of time. For instance, now, when we are together, here. Now. And how about now? Now as well. The unchangingly changing moment, so uniformly varied.

Benji Knewman Vol.4

A professor looks at the concept of marriage – if we are changing all the time how can we promise to stay with someone forever?

Next to him is a guy, a gay guy, who believes that you should live in a way that even assholes would remember you.

The legendary ballet dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov admits to fear of a fall.

A librarian shares a myriad of quirky stories from her mundane life at a library (this feature might contain cats).

Then we get personal with the hidden corners of the Latvian National Television Soviet-era building.


Bilingual (English / Latvian) with a side of Russian.
170 mm x 240 mm.
Full color on uncoated paper complimented with two surprise insets. Perfect bound. Open spine for easy reading.
208 pages.
Printed in Jelgava, Latvia.

On the cover: Mikhail Baryshnikov. Photography by Estere Kajema.

Awarded with golden medal in Adwards 2016 (Printart & Design).

FREE shipping in Latvia. Ships worldwide.

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Life that
you can read.

Benji Knewman is a man, around 43 years old. He’s trying to be genuine, and it seems he sometimes manages. Just like his grandfather who used to say: “Ben, how you spend your day is how you spend your life!” Currently Benji Knewman is more everywhere than anywhere. Mostly on the road. He’s still in search of his own perfect day. While looking for it, he curates a biannual bookazine telling stories about people who don’t pretend and who can simply be. Covering a myriad of vocations and lifestyles, as well as geographical locations, they’re living proof that you don’t have to be conventional to have a good life.
In the end, everything is going to be great.