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Collect Magazine

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

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Collect #02

Posted: April 10th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: People | 16 Comments »

ISSUE 2: ’Nothing’s dead if it’s done right‘ available now.

Contact
Collect
GPO Box 1580
Adelaide 5001
Phone: 08 8212 3773

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About
Collect is a 64-page magazine published every second month of the year.
We make the magazine because we believe in the print medium and know nothing is dead if it’s done right. We like to do things, and like to do them well. The magazine talks about rejuvenation, interesting places and celebrates good people. The future is small, and we want our readers to know the people in their neighbourhood, even if they are only ideological neighbours. -Collect Magazine

www.collectmag.com.au


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


Paradis #5

Posted: September 21st, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Beauty, Culture, People, Photography, Politics, Style, Technology | 8 Comments »

Jürgen Teller, Mario Sorrenti, Sarah Lucas und Julian Simmons, Terry Richardson, David Hockney, SANAA und Kenneth Anger. 

Contact
Paradis
5, rue d’Aboukir
75002 Paris
France
contact@paradismagazine.com  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About
Paradis is a magazine for the contemporary man.
The contemporary man requires an international mix of thought, beauty, culture, sex, politics, style, technology and money. And in today’s world of throwaway gossip about throwaway celebrities, we’ re so often left wanting a little substance.
Paradis offers the contemporary man a wealth of information, entertainment, history and fantasy. Created by the world’s most astute writers and refined image-makers, Paradis is the magazine that’s designed to last more than the obligatory fifteen minutes.


The cheap, frivolous hit is, sadly, everywhere. Through its lengthy articles and elegant portfolios showcasing the best in erotica, art and photography. Paradis is about the value of timeless luxery.
In a world that’s lost ist mind, contemporary men opt for Paradis.
Paradis is a twice-yearly magazine published in seperate french and english editions.

www.paradismagazine.com 


LOVE #1 Spring/Summer 2009

Posted: März 20th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Fashion, People | 13 Comments »

ALBER ELBAZ // BRIDGET HALL // GEORGIA MAY JAGGER // JUDY BLAME // AGYNESS DEYN // RAQUEL ZIMMERMANN // VICTOIRE DE CASTELLANE // ALEXANDRA BURKE // ALICE HAWKINS // BETH DITTO // KATE MOSS // DAVID SIMS // COURTNEY LOVE // IGGY POP // LARA STONE 

Contact 
LOVE
2nd Floor
Jamieson House
146-148 Clerkenwell Road
London EC1R 5DG 

How to get it
Love - Globally distributed with premium positioning at newsstand alongside Vogue and Vanity Fair. Key LOVE cities: London, Paris, Milan, New York, LA, Rome, Berlin Moscow, Tokyo, Shanghai, Beijing

The Blog
www.thelovemagazine.blogspot.com

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About
“LOVE is more than just a fashion magazine. Most fashion magazines are simply shopping catalogues for passive consumers. LOVE is a twice-yearly compendium of inspiration - for designers, for artists, for anyone looking for visual ideas; for anyone who loves fashion and design so much that they want to climb inside the heads of their heroes. LOVE doesn’t follow fashion: it sets fashion’s agenda.” - LOVE Magazine

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www.thelovemagazine.co.uk


Interview # March 2009

Posted: März 17th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Film, Music, People | 15 Comments »

ZAC EFRON: High School Musical’s well-scrubbed big man on campus, is the teen nation’s most toned, tanned, Twittered-about obsession // MILLA JOVOVICH: She was discovered by Richard Avedon at the age of 11, scored her first magazine cover by the time she was 12, became a world-famous model, took up acting, fronted a band, played Joan of Arc, launched a clothing line, had a kid, and emerged as a 21st-century action heroine with the world-beating Resident Evil franchise // RUPERT FRIEND: You’ll be seeing a lot of this gifted young man at the multiplex in the coming months. He’s a natural actor, even though he missed out on the movies as a kid, a literate craftsman who can play a gentleman—any decade or century—and is one himself, and a man suited to his profession due to a chronic wanderlust // STEVE MCQUEEN: The director whose first feature film captivated Cannes is actually one of the art world’s most prolific video artists.

Contact
Interview
575 Broadway
New York, NY 10012

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About
Andy Warhol created Interview in 1969. Sometimes he said he started it to “give the kids something to do.” Sometimes it was suggested that he started Interview to get press credentials for the New York Film Festival. Probably both explanations are true. But Warhol was also a magazine fan, and he loved making them as much as he loved making movies. In fact the original Inter/VIEW was subtitled “a film journal.”

But after a few years it evolved into Andy Warhol’s Interview, a groundbreaking magazine that brought talk into print, using the question-and-answer format to bring the reader into conversation with people from the worlds of film, art, music, fashion, and much more. It inspired a whole new generation of magazines including, in fact, People. 

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www.interviewmagazine.com