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SNAP! #14

Posted: August 15th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Lifestyle | 15 Comments »

DOUBLE D’S: From Doris Day to David Duchovny, Dirty Dancing and Donnie Darko.

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SNAP!
1/4064 St. Laurent Blvd,
Montreal QC H2W 1Y8

info@snapme.ca

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SNAP! is a free and independent quarterly magazine dedicated to art, fashion and culture in Montreal. With an emphasis on emerging talent, SNAP! collaborates with a broad range of Montreal’s photographers, artists and writers, as well as creatives from abroad, to present a magazine that is original, smart and playful. Each issue examines a theme and is presented in a matte 10 x 14 inch full colour format. Copies are distributed free across downtown Montreal and are available for order online for the price of postage costs.

Founded in 2008 by Australians Hannah Byrne and Shayl Prisk, SNAP! was conceived as an alternative to the publications already proliferating the market in Montreal. Now in it’s third year SNAP! has won awards and accolades for its content, and has expanded it’s presence online with an active web community and over 200,000 virtual views of the publication.

SNAP! also works with contributors and guest artists to host events, such as the T-Shirt Exhibit with local collective French Fourch, and Rawspace, a group show presenting work by local artists across multiple mediums, including performance, painting, print and puppeteering. - SNAP!

www.snapme.ca


BROWNBOOK #27

Posted: Mai 16th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Design, Lifestyle, Travel | 21 Comments »

Brownbook #27 explores the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, unveil’s a culture managing to balance tradition with modernity and discovers new forums of expression within the country’s vast landscapes. Brownbook also discovers a flying school over the Red Sea, the secrets of mosque design in Turkey, and a Japanese architect using Islamic design.

Contact
Brownbook magazine
Dubai Media City
P.O.Box 11370

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Brownbook is an urban lifestyle guide focusing on design, culture and travel across the Middle East and North Africa. They publish six times a year.

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DUMMY #30 / Behinderte

Posted: April 12th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Lifestyle | 30 Comments »

EINE GUTE ERFAHRUNG Mit dem Rollstuhl durch Münster // DIE LETZTEN IHRER ART Manche arbeiten eifrig daran, dass es bald keine Behnderten mehr gibt // ES GEHT SOFORT LOS Härter als das Berghain: Die Behndertendisco in Güstrow // DOCH KEIN TRAUM Ein Mann springt ins Wasser und bricht sich den Hals. Damit geht es los // HAU AB, DAS SCHAFF’ ICH SCHON ALLEIN Manche Rollstuhlfahrer glauben, sie könnten sich alles erlauben // WART’ NUR, BIS ES DUNKEL WIRD Ganz schön gruselig: nachts in der Psychiatrie

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hobo magazine #12

Posted: August 25th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Film, Lifestyle, Literature, People | 13 Comments »

FASHION when you were young and on your own by shawn dogimont // INTERVIEWS isabel marant by arnold goron / yann martel by val litwin // MUSIC fan death by jules moore // ART mark gonzales by glenn o’brien / stupid fucking white man! by lawrence paul yuxweluptun // COVER nothing gold can stay by ari marcopoulos & mark gonzales

Contact
Letters to the editor, submissions, and publicity materials
PO box nº 34312, 2405 Pine Street
Vancouver BC Canada V6J 4P3
email address: inquire@hobomagazine.com

How to get it
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Inspired by individuality, Hobo is a biannual lifestyle that mixes pop-culture with culture. Hobo celebrates originality in people, fashion, art, film and literature.

www.hobomagazine.com


CLARK Magazine #42

Posted: Juni 2nd, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Fashion, Film, Lifestyle, Music, New Media, Photography, Video Games | 16 Comments »

For the first time, CLARK MAGAZINE gathered two artists on its cover. On one side, american artist NECKFACE drew completely a typography and affixed his style throughout this magazine and on photos of the marginal photographer KEIICHI NITTA. Clark asked to KEIICHI NITTA to disguise himself as French icons. Under his lens, BRIGITTE BARDOT, SERGE GAINSBOURG, AMÉLIE POULAIN, MARCEL MARCEAU, come back to life in pages and KARL LAGERFELD is on Clark’s cover, with the scissors of NECKFACE planted in the front.

Contact
infos@clarkmagazine.com

How to get it
www.clarkmagazine.com/store/

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Clark, first french magazine about new lifestyle cultures (graphism, art, fashion, music…) was created in february 2001 by guys from this scene.

The Concept
In newsstands all over France since february 2001, Clark is the first french magazine about the “street culture”, speaking to the 18/35 years old cool cats (girls & boys), demanding, curious and passionated people opinion leaders urban youth, trendsetters & influencers from all over the place. The wordlwide influences are clear : D.I.Y. cultures (punk, hip-hop, skate, bmx, graffiti…), new graphic arts & design, music (electro, hip-hop, rock, soul…), urban fashion & sports, new technologies like internet or video games… Expressions driven by fun and coolness. Clark magazine is a media always on the forefront of those perpetually moving and creative movements, inspired by the success of the international lifestyle press (ID, Dazed & Confused, Vice, Arkitip, Lodown, Complex, Fader, Juxtapoz…).

www.clarkmagazine.com


Tank #8

Posted: September 1st, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Design, Economy, Fashion, Lifestyle, Photography | 19 Comments »

KOREA MOVE: DAUL KIM, model Korean citizen, introduces us to Seoul’s must-know citizens // cyberpunk architecture from MINSUK CHO // the new branding bible according to SUNG-JOO KIM and the best new ART and CINEMA. // Plus PETER LYLE on the real-time revolution, VIVIANE SASSEN’S Africa vision, HANS ULRICH OBRIST meets VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, BILL CALLAHAN meets WERNER HERZOG and Tank falls for CLAUDIA SCHIFFER all over again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TANK #7 Maximum India

Posted: April 28th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Design, Economy, Fashion, Lifestyle, Photography | 15 Comments »

I’M A BELIEVER-Shruti Ravindran on the foreign cults gaining popularity in India // PULP!-Kai Friese on Crime& Detective, India’s best-loved sex-crime magazine // BACK TO THE FUTURE-Alexander Keefe on Indian art and architecture, past and present // A COPS AND BULL STORY-Duncan Campbell on bullfighting and politics in Armerica // KOLLYWOOD BABYLON-Arul Mani on Kollywood - the down-and-dirty Hollywood of Chennai // GO FORTH, MULTIPLY AND BUILD-Beatrice Galilee on Serie Architects’ work in China and India // BLINDED BY SCIENCE-Peter Lyle on the illusion of salvation through technology // ON THE ROAD-Bose Krishnamachari presents art by Atul Dodiya, Attachments, Shilpa Gupta and Riyas Komu // FASHION STORY: SALLY SINGER-By Masoud Golsorkhi // INDIA CALLING-Photography by Cameron Smith, Styling by Pandora Lennard // MASHA’S WORLD-Photography by Julia Kennedy, Styling by Pandora Lennard // HOLI PIGMENT-Photography by Tony Kim, Beauty by Georgina Graham // GIRL ON THE GO-Photography by Studio 88, Styling by Chole Kerman // THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED-Photography by Jamie Isaia, Styling by Chole Kerman // BLACK AS THE SUN-Photography by Tarun Khiwal, Styling by Chole Kerman

Publishing House
Tank Publications 

2nd Floor — Princess House

50-60 Eastcastle Street

London W1W 8EA, UK
+44 (0)20 7323 3475
editors@tankmagazine.com  

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About
Established in 1998, Tank, as the name suggests, is a think tank as well as a creative business and publishing company. Thinking&doing.

www.tankmagazine.com


DUMMY #22 / Berlin

Posted: März 25th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Lifestyle | 16 Comments »

WARTE NUR / Bitte mach, dass ich reinkomme: In der Schlange vor dem angesagtesten Club der Welt // EINMAL PARANOIA UND ZURÜCK / Mit dem Taxi und seinen allwissenden Fahrern durch das Heft /

Contact
DUMMY Verlag GbR
Max-Beer-Straße 33
10119 Berlin 
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How to get it
Ab 23.03.2009 erhältlich in allen Bahnhofs- und Flughafen- Handlungen im Bundesgebiet sowie in gut sortierten Verkaufsstellen größerer Städte.

 

 

 

 

 

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“In diesem Heft gibt es keine Reportagen darüber, wo die Promis essen oder welche Viertel gerade groß im Kommen sind. Es gibt auch keine Fotos, weil man die nach etlichen Hauptstadtreportagen schon alle gesehen  zu haben glaubt. Der Maler Edward B. Gordon hat die Stadt für uns gemalt – in Öl, wie es ihr gebührt.” - DUMMY

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Karen #4

Posted: März 20th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Lifestyle | 22 Comments »

Have you met KAREN yet? She’s pretty ordinary. KAREN is more interested in the weather than what to wear, sell by dates than celebrity. KAREN MAGAZINE serves up a delightful dish of the everyday, gently observed and presented as something quite unique. A glossy magazine without the gloss. And as it says on the cover of this this little piece of reality, priceless! In KAREN magazine fashion is Lesley and her mannequin Mandy, beauty is a washing line, health is Pat’s and Carol’s bunions. Art is a visit to the local tattoo parlour, and gardening is a mole that needs catching in the garden. KAREN is a very extraordinary ordinary magazine and has become cult reading among those that have discovered her. So, treat yourself and sit down with KAREN. She’d like to meet you.  

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“Ordinary everyday life as filtered through my sensibility. It’s about people, relationships, conversations. It embraces the humour and the sadness in life, the boring and the dull – simple things. Karen likes to get close to the small details in life. It features family, friends, neighbours and other people who come in contact with me. It speaks softly and doesn’t shout.” - Karen Lubbock, Publisher 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘Karen succeeds in weaving its humble subject matter into something poetic, profound, absurd and joyful. One issue of this magazine is more interesting than every issue of every other lifestyle magazine in the world put together.’ - David Shrigley from The Observer newspaper’s ‘The best-kept arts secrets in Britain’  

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www.karenmagazine.com


Esquire.UK #03/2009

Posted: Februar 18th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Lifestyle | 10 Comments »

WOODY ALLEN: How Barcelona and the three gorgeous women helped the director rediscover his mojo // THE RESCUE MAN: An exclusive extract from the brilliant new Second World War novel by Esquire’s own Anthony Quinn // WOMAN WE LOVE: All hail Christina Hendricks, curvaceous queen of TV’s Mad Men // SEAN PENN: The best actor of his generation reveals why he is prepared to stand up and fight for what he believes // THE 50 FUNNIEST BOOKS OF ALL TIME: As selected by our favourite authors, comedians and literary heavyweights.

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About
Esquire Magazine (UK edition) is a monthly magazine for men owned by the National Magazine Company, a subsidiary of the US-based Hearst Corporation. The magazine features articles on luxe design and culture, food, business and technology, style, music and books. The publisher’s literature describes Esquire as “A lifestyle magazine for ‘Men who mean business’. It is positioned beyond the young, single, lad-focused titles. Esquire is the only men’s lifestyle magazine to reflect the values and entertainment needs of British men with a sharper attitude.