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

Muse #16 The Beauty of Youth

Posted: Januar 31st, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion | 1 Comment »

Dedicated to the Creativity and Inspiration of young Spirits, and the charm residing in them. An isssue of soft tints, intimate portraits and spontaneous beauty seized in its natural form. /  CONTRIBUTORS: Milla Jovovich, Elizabeth Peyton, Dan Colen & Nate Lawman, Giles Deacon, Rodarte, Collection, Alexander McQueen, Richard Bush, Hans Feuerer, Alex Cayley, Wendy Bevan, Ben Hassett, Mitchell Feinberg.

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MUSE
The Fashionart Magazine
Via della Moscova, 60
20121 Milano, Italy
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The Drawbridge Issue #11 Trust

Posted: Januar 31st, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Literature, News Magazine, Photography | 1 Comment »

Trust. Don’t trust trust. It will wake suspicion. Doubt and faith tell reliable lies and tradable truths, warn of erosion and promise the fantastical. Walk gently on those eggs or throw them with precision. / UMBERTO EC0 reads a Pinocchio proud of surreal morals and cheats / GEORGE SZIRTES warns against self-assuring internal blather / JOSE SARAMAGO lifts the mist from our confidence in chance and fate / JUAN GABRIEL VASQUEZ dives into the river of posthumous relief / SIRI HUSTVEDT unravels the links between emotion and brain matter.

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Drawbridge Publishing Ltd

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Editorial office:
The Drawbridge
2 Meard Street 
London
W1F 0EE
UK
+44 (0)20 7734 5488

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About
The Drawbridge is an independent quarterly delivering thought, wit and reflection through words, photography and drawing. It is in turn critically nonsensical and radically serious.

With each issue authors, artists and politicians cast an unflinching look at a selected theme. The surprising combination of views and insights pays honest tribute to the progressive reader.

The Drawbridge takes the form of a full-colour broadsheet newspaper. Passionately written, elegantly designed and intelligently illuminated, it reinvents a long-standing format with purpose and aplomb.

“A journal that thinks bigger than most, and in more ways than one… there’s intellectual meat here but no paucity of visual and verbal wit either.” - The Guardian

“With abstract themes and even more abstract headlines, The Drawbridge can be off-putting even for aficionados.”- The Times

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Coupe #19

Posted: Januar 27th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Technology | 1 Comment »

THE 2008 ANNUAL DESIGN + IMAGE AWARDS ISSUE / FEATURING: 125 WINNING WORKS FROM NORTH AMERICA AND AROUND THE WORLD / THIS YEAR’S “BEST OF SHOW” WAS AWARDED TO MONTREAL’S IDENTICA / THE TOP 10 IN SHOW INCLUDE WORK FROM STEPHAN SAGMEISTER (USA), ± (UK),PAPRIKA (CANADA), BLOK (MEXICO), BAILLAT CARDELL ET FILS (CANADA), TURNSTYLE (USA), AND MENDE DESIGN (USA), THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE COLLECTION OF WORK. THE ANNUAL IS FULL OF TWISTS AND TURNS AND SURPRIZES. DON’T MISS IT!

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Toronto, Canada
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Coupe, pronounced KOOP, is a closed two door automobile with a body smaller than that of a sedan. It is also a magazine. Based in Toronto, Canada. Coupe is published twice a year and is currently available on newsstands and in better bookstores across Canada and the U.S.A. and select outlets world wide. The constantly metamorphosizing Coupe is a visual collision between the worlds of Design, Art, Technology and Culture. Coupe has received worldwide acclaim for it’s vanguard design and editorial bravery and innovation. Designed by Toronto based studio THE BANG, Coupe is an oversized magazine sporting the highest of design and production standards. Each issue of Coupe is a whole new ball game. ENJOY!

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The Red Bulletin #15

Posted: Januar 26th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Lifestyle, Sport | 1 Comment »

HARD & FAST: Who’s won what where, and how / KIT BAG: If you want to get ahead, get a helmet / SHAUN WHITE: The red-maned Californian who graces our first launch cover is a snowboard and skateboarding sensation, as well as the face of a new video game / SEBASTIEN LOEB: Rally champion Sébastien Loeb tries his hand at Formula One, and realises that nothing, truly, prepares you for a Formula One race car / STREIF LIFE: Mapping out the world’s most treacherous downhill ski race and catching up with the most unlikely conqueror of the Hahnenkamm mountain’s surprise drops and icy turns – Britain’s Konrad Bartelski / HANGAR-7 INTERVIEW: Dinner for two with David Coulthard.

Contact
The Red Bulletin,
14 Soho Square,
London W1D 3QG, UK.
+44 (0)207 434 8600

How to get it
The Red Bulletin will be published on
the first Tuesday of each month, and will
be distributed with The Independent.

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About
“BASE jumpers and neurologists, hip-hop artists and top chefs, classic planes and triathletes, visual artists and Formula One drivers: the world of Red Bull is shaped by creativity and adventure, by courage and a lust for life, and is populated with an inimitable group of heroes. The mission of this magazine, is to feature stories about this world and its inhabitants, their ideas and their projects.
The idea for The Red Bulletin was conceived at 2.30 in the morning in a mountain hut in the Austrian Alps near Salzburg. It attempts to convey that spark of excitement that rushes through the unique people who manage to transform their crazy ideas into reality, thanks to the energy in their bodies and minds.
Viewed another way, this magazine is part of our logical development to become a content provider, thus enabling us to find a way to really tell the world about the incredible stories we create. These stories must be told by the best writers and best photographers, explored in real depth, with our obsessive attention to detail, but all with a wink of the eye.
The Red Bulletin considers itself to be a global monthly publication, adapted to reflect different local cultures. The magazine first appeared in Austria, Red Bull’s home, at the end of 2007. The positive reaction to the concept left us with no other option but to expand internationally. The UK is our second country. More will follow.
The Red Bulletin will be published on the first Tuesday of each month, and will be distributed with The Independent, a newspaper that shares our vision, and which we are proud to have as a partner.”

- Dietrich Mateschitz

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Monopol #1/09

Posted: Januar 25th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art | 1 Comment »

Sonic Youth: Die legendäre Indie-Band arbeitete mit Künstlern wie Mike Kelley, Gerhard Richter und Richard Prince. Sängerin Kim Gordon über Kunst und Musik. / Rache an der Gesellschaft: Mike Kelley, der Pathologe der amerikanischen Alltagskultur, im Monopol-Porträt. / Erst Gott, dann Teufel: Clement Greenberg entdeckte den abstrakten Expressionismus und machte Jackson Pollock weltberühmt. Eine Würdigung zum 100. Geburtstag. / Grüß mir das Jenseits: Armin Boehm folgt der Aufklärung auf ihren dunklen Seitenpfaden. Atelierbesuch bei dem Maler des Bösen. / Die Schönheit im Schrecken: Tobias Zielony fotografierte Bewohner der amerikanischen Wüstenstadt Trona, in der jeder Zweite drogenabhängig ist. Ein Portfolio.

Publishing House
Juno Kunstverlag GmbH
Lennéstr. 1
D 10785 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 981 941 100
Fax.: +49 30 981 941 199
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Monopol erscheint seit 2004  – als eine neue Generation von Künstlern, Sammlern und Kunsthändlern die zeitgenössische Kunstwelt zu bestimmen begann. Als die Kunst einen neuen Aufbruch wagte. Ziel der Gründer, der Feuilletonjournalisten Amélie von Heydebreck und Florian Illies, war es, ein Magazin zu etablieren, das diese neue Entwicklung abbildet, begleitet und kritisch hinterfragt. Der Untertitel „Magazin für Kunst und Leben“ ist dabei programmatisch gemeint: Monopol interessiert sich für Kunst, aber auch für ihre Entstehungsbedingungen, für ihre gesellschaftlichen Bezüge, für ihre Rolle innerhalb des Marktes. Monopol macht die Berührungspunkte zwischen Kunst, Design, Architektur, Film und Mode anschaulich. Am Anfang des 21. Jahrhunderts ist die Kunst wie zuletzt in den 20er Jahren zu einem kulturellen Leitmedium geworden.

Monopol erscheint monatlich. Jede Ausgabe bietet Interviews mit den weltweit wichtigsten Künstlern und Portraits der interessantesten Talente. Internationale und deutsche Ausstellungen werden kritisch betrachtet und eingeordnet. Statt Kunsttheorie ein Magazin voller Praxis und Innenansichten. In jeder Ausgabe wird aufs Neue die große Energie der zeitgenössischen Kunst in all ihren Facetten mit journalistischer Leidenschaft auf Papier gebannt.

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A10 #25

Posted: Januar 25th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Architecture | 1 Comment »

Museum aan de Stroom, Antwerp / Luigi Bocconi University, an Irish milestone in Milan / Hungarian architecture centre KÉK homeless – again’ / A new Guggenheim near Bilbao? / Splitterwerk’s Frog King, Graz / Student housing, Paris / Interview Mauri Korkka / Holiday cabin, Fosen / Gallery, Berlin / Hairdressing salon, Belfast / Time-out hotel, Amsterdam / Factory conversion, Tallinn / A guided tour of restored modernist buildings in England

Publisher
A10 Media BV
Gerard Doustraat 246-248
NL-1073 XD Amsterdam
Netherlands
t +31 20 4705608
f +31 20 4705609

mail@a10.eu

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About
A10 provides a concise and up-to-date survey of the latest developments in European architecture, from the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean Sea.
Rather than reporting on the latest doings of the all-too-familiar big names that crop up in all the architecture journals, A10 casts its net more widely to take in the many other interesting things that are happening in the old continent, devoting equal attention to the architectural production in Western, Central and Eastern Europe.
With clear and informative reporting, A10 presents new buildings and projects by tomorrow’s stars, forgotten masters and as yet unknown talents.
A10 is compiled and published by architecture critic Hans Ibelings and graphic designer Arjan Groot. It has a network of over 70 correspondents throughout Europe, from Ireland to Turkey and from Portugal to Russia. Thanks to this pan-European network, A10 is often the first to take notice of a new project or building.

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slanted #6

Posted: Januar 22nd, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design, Typography | 1 Comment »

Signs, Symbols, Ornaments

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SLANTED 
c/o MAGMA Brand Design GmbH & Co. KG
Südendstr. 52
76135 Karlsruhe (Germany)
T +49- (0) 721-824 858-15
F +49-(0) 721-824 858-60
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SLANTED.de is a weblog, which has typography and layout as its topic. Founded in 2004, it has grown into an important design portal and discussion forum in the German-speaking area.
The typography magazine SLANTED, in existence since 2005 and parallel to the weblog, is published quarterly and combines the sectors typography, lay-out, illustration and photography. It attends to the topics in greater detail and more intensive. Both blog and magazine encourage and call for a debate on these subjects as an experimental field. It is also about getting to know them, seeing them in a different light, and to reflect on them.

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foam #17 / Portrait?

Posted: Januar 22nd, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Photography | 1 Comment »

In this issue of Foam Magazine, attention is focused on recent work that offers unique interpretations of the idea of the photographic portrait. Under the title ‘Portrait?’ Foam Magazine presents six portfolios of photographic work by Bill Sullivan, Koos Breukel, Samuel Fosso, Franziska von Stenglin, Schels & Lakotta, De Wilde, Stark & Bolander, that together can be regarded as a study of possibilities of giving a new direction to the classic portrait. It is not a confirmation or continuation of established forms of portrait photography, but an implicit questioning of the genre in which the furthest ends of the spectrum are consciously sought. No well-trodden paths, but an open, critical and, inspiring approach to the photographic portrait.

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Foam Magazine
Po box 99262
1090 AG Amsterdam- The Netherlands
t: +31 (0) 20- 462 20 62
f: +31 (0) 20- 462 20 60
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Foam Magazine is an international photography magazine published quarterly by Foam Fotografie-museum Amsterdam and Vandejong Communications. It is a distinctive and highly appreciated publication. Foam Magazine serves as an exhibition space that embraces every aspect of photo-graphy: from documentary to fashion, from contemporary to historical, from world-famous photo-graphers to young talent. Each issue features a specific theme that unites 6 diverse portfolios of 16 pages each.

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AnOtherMagazine #15

Posted: Januar 18th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion | 15 Comments »

Scarlett Johansson interviewed by AM Holmes / Veruschka / Miuccia Prada / Gelitin / Maison Martin Margiela photography Daniel Stier / Diane von Furstenberg / Santogold / Mark Titchner / Rachel Feinstein / Marios Schwab / Collections Essay / Edward Steichen / Baader Meinhof / Sarah of Colette / Dustin Yellin / Lacoste / Michachu /

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112-116 Old Street
London ECIV 9BG
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Another has become famous for its cover stars. The magazine creates sumptuous photographic portfolios of Hollywood icons presented alongside uniquely high brow in-depth interviews. These are definitive portraits of the stars of the silver screen, and the polar opposite of trashy celebrity gossip.

“Fashion by its very nature keeps changing and surprising us. In an increasingly competitive world it has to be innovative and have a strong point of view to stand out and be noticed. Magazines have to do the same. When Another Magazine launched it pioneered the bi-annual market with a new concept; a culture-rich fashion magazine for both men and women. A magazine couples would fight over to read! Now things have evolved. There are his and hers versions of the magazine and although many imitators have been launched, none have surpassed Another Magazine’s powerful growth and international influence.

There are few intelligent and stylish magazines around, fewer still who have become iconic in the fashion magazine landscape. A consistently impressive cover star policy and an international set of sophisticated contributors has allowed Another Magazine to become what I always hoped it would be: a statement magazine. One of the biggest changes in fashion has been the rise of the luxury market and its globalisation. Another Magazine continues to guide, inspire and inform its readers, elevating fashion to match their demanding lifestyles and shifting expectations. With its recent restyling Another Magazine continues to innovate, retaining a playful and dynamic edge that has always made it more than just another magazine.”   - Jefferson Hack

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Purple Fashion magazine #10

Posted: Januar 14th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Photography | 1 Comment »

PURPLE INTERVIEWS Nobuyoshi Araki by Olympia Le-Tan / Benjamin Cho by Olivier Zahm, Hanna Liden and Natasha Royt / M/M (Paris) by Olivier Zahm, Paolo Roversi, David Sims, Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin / Ed Ruscha by Bill Powers and Todd Cole / Ryan McGinley by Glenn O’Brien PURPLE FASHION WOMEN Rinko Kikuchi by Chikashi Suzuki and Michiko Kitamura / Daphne Guinness by Paul Wetherell and Heidi Bivens PURPLE DOCUMENTS Martin Kippenberger’s Hotel Stationary by Jeff Rian.

Contact
Purple Fashion Magazine
20 rue Thérèse
75001 Paris France
tel. +33 (0)1 40 34 14 64
fax. +33 (0)1 40 34 27 55
email address: inquire@purple.fr

How to get it
Purple Fashion Magazine is available at select
bookstores and boutiques all over the world.  

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About
Purple Prose was founded by Elein Fleiss & Olivier Zahm in October 1992. Followed Purple Fiction, Purple Fashion, Purple Sexe, Purple Books, Purple Products and Purple.
In 2004 Purple became two different publications, Purple Fashion magazine (edited by Olivier Zahm and published by Purple Institute) and Purple Journal (edited by Elein Fleiss and published by Les Editions Purple).

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