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The Chap #61

Posted: Februar 29th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Fashion, Style | 12 Comments »

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Collect Magazine

Posted: Januar 31st, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, People | 23 Comments »

COLLECT MAGAZINE from FILMTRAITS on Vimeo.


032c #22 The Chermayeff Century

Posted: Januar 11th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion | 18 Comments »

032c Issue 22 – Chermayeff from 032c on Vimeo.

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frieze #141 / Anniversary Issue

Posted: September 1st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture | 12 Comments »

frieze invited 20 artists who have been on the cover of frieze to nominate a contemporary artist whose work inspires them

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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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It’s Nice That #6

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Interview, Literature | 15 Comments »

ISSUE #6 of the It’s Nice That magazine includes interviews with George Lois, Asger Carlsen, Lawrence Weiner and Kate MacGarry as well as a conversation between Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard. // It also includes features by Marion Deuchars, Mikey Please, Carl Kleiner, Nicholas Gottlund, David Bennewith, Toro Y Moi, Keith Haring and Shelagh Cluett as well as a selection of work recently featured online.

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Elephant #7

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture | 15 Comments »

OPEN FILES on: Melanie Manchot, Maya Zack, David Maljkovich, Clare Strand, John Bock, Clarissa Tossin, MUSAC: I Was a Male Yvonne de Carlo, Henning Bohl, Leandro Elrich // INTERVIEWS with: Jay Cover: Manufacturing Beautiful Things // Owen Gildersleeves: Paper, Wood and a Few Things We Found // Thomas Houseago: Draw Me A Sculpture // Jim Stoten: Remembering Elephants // Johan Prag: Stockholm to Tokyo //  Dane Lovett: Electronic Still Lives // Matt Duffin: Sunny Spaces, Dark places // Tore Cheung: Hong Kong Soap Opera // FINDING YOUR WAY: cosmologies Of The Self, explores work based on maps, satellite pictures and all manner of geographical exploratory mechanisms. Featuring work by Luis Dourado, Tofu Art, Heidi Neilson, Jenny Odell, Val Britton, Jill Daves, Sage Dawson, Nick DeFord, John Mann, Matthew Rangel, Shannon Rankin and Catrin Morgan // Ron van der Ende: Zero Gravity, by Ana Ibarra // Dan Holdsworth: In This Decisive Moment, by Marc Valli // Sonya Dyakova: Reads Like A Novel, by Astrid Stavro // Featuring work by and interviews with Marina Abramovic, Grisha Bruskin, Gregory Crewdson, Mario Hugo, Tomer Hanuka, Seymour Chwast, Robert Longo, Dan-ah Kim, Dan Witz // Rendezvous with the Void: The End of Culture As We Know It, by Marc Valli

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VAROOM #15

Posted: Mai 31st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Illustration, Society | 15 Comments »

LACKING VISION Des McCannon uncovers the deep-rooted cultural prejudices shaping education // HOW TO DO HOW TO FILMS A guide on How To Make a How To Film. // ‘WHERE’S THE WOOKIE?’ LESSONS FROM ANGOULEME A report from the comics convention that has transformed a small French town into a commercial hub. // THE OUTSIDERS Digital illustration is fast changing how illustration is curated, analysed and distributed. // FINDING THE FRAME The frame isn’t just the line the illustrator draws to define the edge of the picture.

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VAROOM
The Association of Illustrators
2nd Floor, Back Building
150 Curtain Road
London EC2A 3AT

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What connects caricature and political posters? Uptown fashion and downtown street art? Retail packaging and computer games? The beginning of the 21st Century finds illustration as its animating art form, whether it’s the popularity of children’s books, the re-emergence of craft, the mainstreaming of Street Art and the buzz around the animated movie - big and small budget. Varoom magazine, and the Varoomlab website, tracks and explores the work, the ideas, the people behind this flowering of creativity.

Expert writers from the illustration and design worlds, from newspapers and magazines, and specialists from our college network with professional and academic expertise, unpack the ways in which illustrative images are shaping culture and society. Varoomlab is a collaboration between the Association of Illustrators and a network of international colleges, which alongside regular updates is also a venue for the sharing of academic research and peer-reviewed articles. -Varoom

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Delayed Gratification #2

Posted: Mai 23rd, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Politics, Sport | 33 Comments »

THE ARAB SPRING The key events from a quarter of unrest. // RETURN TO TUCSON How the shootings have changed the city. // THE MARCH FOR THE ALTERNATIVE Philip Pullman on the mass protests. // KEYS AND GRAY The making of the perfect tabloid storm. // THE EARTHQUAKES The view from Christchurch and Tokyo three months on.

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The Slow Journalism Company
Office 8, 1st Floor
251 Tottenham Court Road
London
W1T 7AB

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Delayed Gratification is a quarterly publication from The Slow Journalism Company. Each issue distils three months of the UK’s political, cultural, scientific and sporting life into a witty magazine of record. A combination of almanac, essays and reportage, Delayed Gratification operates on the principles of Slow Journalism.

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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.

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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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