"It should be visceral and exciting. It should be a dramatic experience. It should be thrilling."*

Wax Poetics #50/The Prince Issue

Posted: Februar 29th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Music | 24 Comments »

The ten-year-anniversary, resized, and redesigned Issue 50: The Prince Issue, with Frank Ocean, Larry Graham, Morris Day, Jesse Johnson, the Family, Grand Central, Madhouse, DJ Quik, Questlove, Toro y Moi, and Blood Orange.

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+81 Magazine #53 Next Creativity Issue

Posted: August 21st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design, Fashion, Film, Music, Photography | 11 Comments »

CREATOR’S INTERVIEWS // Toko, LoSiento, Neil Kellerhouse, Quadradão, Letra, Johanna Bonnevier, Vruchtvlees, Letters & Numbers, Gregory Kaufman, Tom Darracott, Molho, Julien Vallée, Brand New School, Rafaël Rozendaal, FIELD, Kyle Phillips

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Dazed & Confused #200

Posted: Juli 5th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Literature, Music, Photography | 11 Comments »

The 200th issue of Dazed & Confused is on sale this Thursday 7 July, and the magazine celebrates this publishing milestone by inviting Björk to guest-edit the entire issue and “show us the future”. // Dazed editor Rod Stanley meets her at her home in New York to find out all about her remarkable new album and “app suite” Biophilia, currently making its performance debut in Manchester. // Also in the issue, she presents many of the scientists, designers, programmers, musicologists and artists that inspired and created the project. // The cover is exclusively revealed here, from the stunning shoot by artist Sam Falls, and styled by Katy England. Accelerate!

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ERRR #11

Posted: April 11th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Film, Literature, Music | 18 Comments »

UNTITLED Yuli Sato / TIDY UP Franziska Sinn / STALLION Laura Macias Barrera / ERIKA Cassandra Gutiérrez Oosthuysen / CINQ PETITS RÉVES Frederik García / HOME Oscar Rubio / MONJES EN TRANSILVANIA Osvaldo Sánchez / DRIPPING Markus Linnenbrink / SAN CARLOS CENTRO CULTURAL Minory León / FLUIR Shadi Charbel / OJOS Regina G. Solórzano and Juan Carlos García Guerrero / CANTERA Renata Becerril / I’M FREE Andy Davis

Contact
Abel Ibáñez Galván
Dirección | Edición | Diseño | Publicidad
abel@errr-magazine.com

Andrea Belmont
Edición | Fotografía | Publicidad
andrea.belmont@errr-magazine.com

Distribución
estoesmio@errr-magazine.com

Suscripciones
suscripcion@errr-magazine.com

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Founded in 2008 ERRR is a bimonthly print and digital magazine for visual art, literature, music, fashion and film. It is from Mexico and it is for free.

www.errr-magazine.com


+81 Magazine #51 - Inspirational Typography

Posted: Februar 15th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design, Fashion, Film, Music, Photography | 21 Comments »

CREATORS’INTERVIEWS // Attack、H5、Niels Shoe Meulman // DYNAMISM IN TYPOGRAPHY // Yulia Brodskaya、Sean Freeman、Alida Rosie Sayer, Huda Abdul Aziz、Sebastian Lester、Hansje van Halem, Hans Gremmen、Visiotypen、44flavours、Karina Petersen、Notter + Vigne、R2、Áron Jancsó、Keetra Dean Dixon、Miriam Magdalena Rockel、Mogollon、Words are Pictures、Mario Hugo、Working Format、Marian Bantjes

Contact
+81 Magazine
5F, 2-12-16 Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku,
Tokyo, Japan zip 107 0061
Mail: plus81@dd-wave.co.jp

Subscriptions
No overseas subscriptions at this time

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+81 is a visual magazine launched out of Tokyo in 1997. From graphic design to fashion, photography, film, and music, +81 covers creative scenes around the world with a different theme every issue through interviews with artists along with samples of their artwork. +81 has also won much support for the distinctive editorial design of its pages. All articles are printed bilingually in both Japanese and English, which has lead to +81 being carried at booksellers not only in Japan but many other countries in the Americas, Europe, and Asia as well.

We have also released several mooks and special editions on an irregular basis over the years like the photographic travelogue series +81 Voyage and the art book Tokyo Visualist, which was curated by specialists from NY and Tokyo. Meanwhile, in 2009 we held the first edition of our new creative conference Tokyo Graphic Passport. 2010 has also been a year of multifaceted projects with the simultaneous opening of the capsule concept gallery +81 Gallery+Lab in the 3331 Arts Chiyoda building and the launch of our independent publishing label, +81 Publishing. -Plus Eighty One

www.plus81.com


huck #22

Posted: September 16th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Film, Music, Travel | 18 Comments »

THE ANTIHERO TRIBUTE SPECIAL // LIZARD KING Heir to the rebel’s throne. // WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS Writer of the unspeakably rude. // KATHLEEN HANNA Original riot grrrl. // NOAM CHOMSKY Linguist, thinker, activist. // JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT Radiant child of outsider art. // JULIAN ASSANGE Whistle-blowing protector of the truth. // TIMOTHY LEARY Acid-dropping futurist. // THE REBEL WITHIN How dissident forces can turn the system on itself. // RENEGADES ARE US Is there such a thing as a rebellious purchase? // A SURF ELEGY Where have all the waveriding rebels gone?

Contact
HUCK is published and designed
by The Church of London
Top Floor
8-9 Rivington Place
London
EC2A 3BA

editorial@huckmagazine.com

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HUCK is a bi-monthly lifestyle magazine rooted in surf, skate and snowboarding. Holding a firm belief that many of our heroes have incredible stories to tell, we have enlisted some of the world’s best photographers and writers to get those stories out to you.

Packed with a rich assortment of features, HUCK represents the paradigm-shifting notion that there’s a wider dimension to life, and that many of us have a powerful interest in art, pop culture, the environment, fashion, and the world at large. HUCK is published in English, German, French and distributed worldwide. -HUCK Magazine

www.huckmagazine.com


The WIRE #319

Posted: September 15th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Music | 17 Comments »

RETRO-ACTIVITY – A survey of the past percolating into present-day music, from Hypnagogic pop to samizdat reissues, analogue synthesis, creative quotation and more. PLUS: Paul Burwell, Graham Simpson, Mordant Music’s Invisible Jukebox, Aura Satz, Cindytalk, Odd Future, LA Vampires

Contact
The Wire
23 Jack’s Place
6 Corbet Place
London
E1 6NN
UK

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The Wire is an independent, monthly music magazine covering a wide range of alternative, underground and non-mainstream musics. The Wire celebrates and interrogates the most visionary and inspiring, subversive and radical, marginalised and undervalued musicians on the planet, past and present, in the realms of avant rock, electronica, hiphop, new jazz, modern composition, traditional musics and beyond. Passionate, intelligent and provocative, The Wire wages war on the mundane and the mediocre. Its office is based in London, but it serves an international readership.

The magazine was founded in 1982, primarily as a jazz and New Music magazine, with a brief to “unravel the mysteries of music and musicians for those who look for fundamental answers about the nature of music…”. Between 1984-2000 it was owned by Naim Attallah’s Namara Group. In December 2000 it was purchased in a management buy-out organised by the magazine’s staff and has been run independently ever since. -The WIRE

www.thewire.co.uk


‘SUP #22

Posted: August 12th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Music | 1 Comment »

MORE MUSIC: Hot Chip, Pulled Apart By Horses, Beach House, Yeasayer, Robin Guthrie, Comanechi, These New Puritans, and, umm, Megadeth among others.

Contact
USA (Domestic)
‘SUP MAGAZINE
151 1st Avenue #232
New York, NY 10003

UK (International)
‘SUP MAGAZINE
11 Chance Street
London, E2 7JB

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Intimately documenting music

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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.

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infos@clarkmagazine.com

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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


Glass #1 / grace / spring 2010

Posted: Februar 16th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Design, Fashion, Music | 17 Comments »

Maggie Cheung / Alber Elbaz / Wayne McGregor / Lillian Bassman / Deborah Turbeville / Sarah Moon / Prima Ballerinas / William Eggleston / Yayoi Kusama / Shigeru Ban / Issey Miyake Design / Gary Numan / Médecins sans Frontières / Lance Fung / sustainable Gold

Published
by Glass Ventures Ltd

Contact
Glass Magazine
Monomark House
27 Old Gloucester Street
London WC1N 3AX
United Kingdom

For Media Pack enquiries please contact at info@glassmagazine.co.uk

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Glass evokes a sense of clarity and simplicity, a feeling of lightness and timelessness; a source of reflection and protection.
Glass magazine aims to bring integrity and guardianship to creative culture, by providing access to the genuinely inspiring adventures in fashion, art, music and design that allow us to further imagine and create.

Like glass, the artistic realm can be fragile and fleeting, but is blessed with a beauty and power that we want to share with our readers.

All these elements subtly come together, just like grains of sand, to make our magazine. A simple, honest, thought-provoking journal of curated modern culture focusing on sustainable luxury in our sometimes over-whelming, complicated times. – glass magazine

www.theglassmagazine.com