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

eat me #2

Posted: August 26th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Food & Drink, Style | 16 Comments »

RIP IT, READ IT, COOK IT, EAT IT…

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The Daily Pantry LTD
Eat Me Office
40 Holland Park
London, W11 3RP

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Eat Me is an independent food publication with the central aim of exploring the relationship between food, style and culture. The Eat Me team consists of a creative collective that includes writers, artists and designers from a diverse array of backgrounds.

www.eatmemagazine.com


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

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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

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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


Rouleur #19

Posted: August 16th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling, Sport | 15 Comments »

The nineteenth issue of Rouleur, published in July of 2010, includes 148 pages with an exclusive look at some of the best racing photography ever taken in Britain; an interview with living legend Bernard Hinault; the second part of our series on the life of a young aspiring rider - as well as images from world-renowned photographer Nadav Kander. The photography in this issue was taken by Gerard Brown, Taz Darling, Ben Ingham and Nadav Kander.

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Rouleur
Unit 9
1 Luke Street
London EC2A 4PA

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Rouleur is a bi-monthly cycling magazine. It brings together leading cycling writers and photographers to convey the essence and imagery of road racing.
Rouleur features photography and serious writing that celebrate the passion and beauty of the sport. In three years it has built a passionate and valuable readership among the most influential bike riders in the world.

Regular contributors to Rouleur include: Graeme Fife, Geoff Waugh, Johnny Green, Timm Koelln, Gerard Brown, Matt Seaton, William Fotheringham, Herbie Sykes, Jack Thurston, Julian Bray, Ben Ingham, Camille McMillan, Magnum Images and Offside. It is edited by Guy Andrews.

Rouleur is aimed at those people who, like us, are passionate about the sport, but don’t expect to see bike tests and race reports. Instead, the magazine focuses on exquisite photography and writing that really gets under the skin of the great riders and theatres of road racing.

Rouleur puts a premium on design; we print on heavy art-stock paper and we use the highest quality reproduction and printers.

www.rouleur.cc


Men’s File #3

Posted: August 15th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Man, Style | 24 Comments »

IN ISSUE 03: Hotrod Jalopies // Vitage Bicycles // Tweed & Navy // Falcon Motorcycles // Old Skool Mountaineering // Miami Moderne Architecture // Rin Tanaka // Double RL // Merino Super Wool // Jamel Shabazz // San Onofre //.

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A modern magazine tracing the roots of style. ’Revival is not so much about looking backwards as attempting to create a new and different future from that offered by the market, consumerism and mainstream aesthetics. It seems to me [ and I must be forgiven if I am wrong ] that few of us in retro and revival culture would wish to go back to the moral and technological straight-jacket of the mid-twentieth century. If my interpretation is shared by any of our readers they will understand when I say there has been so much that is good discarded from the Post-war period and we simply desire to correct those mistakes. In other words there never was a need for all cars to become characterless air-conditioned boxes, hermetically sealed so that a perfectly good wrench [ that helped take man to the moon ] will no longer even remove the engine cover. Or for clothing to be made so that it falls to pieces after a few weeks or for that matter for grown men to style themselves as a cross between an urban surfer and a boy-band front man just to please their girlfriends [ there I go airing my pet hates again! ].

Quality is subjective and hearing a non re-mastered Gene Vincent of [ for our French readers ] Jacques Brel coming directly from vinyl, even through a Dansette, hits all the right notes and feels somehow, more real or [ dare I say ] authentic than coming through an i-Pod, as clever as they are. I can’t say why, it just feels more like being there – whatever that means. — Sydney Schaffer, Editor-in-Chief

www.mensfile.com


One Magazine #89

Posted: August 13th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Interview | 23 Comments »

INTERVIEWS with: Vessela Dancheva & Petar Dundakov / Mario Grigorov / Charlotte Cheetham / Bruce LaBruce / Mihail Bilalov / Svetozar Georgiev – Ghostdog / Andrew Losowsky / Evan Roth // STORIES: 70 Cinema Reloaded / Gimme That Toy, Boy / A Dance Workshop in Sofia / Vlaikova Cinema / Go East / Deal Or No Deal / Mellow Music Festival / More or Less Sofia Design Week / From Vitoshka to Vitosha in Ten Minutes / Life at the Top / Director’s Cut / Sannah Kvist / Varna Summer / Water Tower Art Fest

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One Magazine
Sofia
22 Patriarh Evtimii Blvd

mail@edno.bg

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One Magazine is an independent Bulgarian quarterly publication. The first issue came out in April 2002. Ever since then, its pages have been full of stories about positive agents and contemporary cultural, subcultural and social phenomena.

We do our best to be a visual pleasure, as well as a great, stimulating read. We don’t teach anybody how to live a life. But we do try to make a difference – as a search engine for positive examples, a tribune for great ideas and a platform for inspiring events. We come out 4 times a year on recycled paper. Online we go daily. And quite often you can catch us live. – One Magazine

www.edno.bg


‘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.

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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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COG #08

Posted: August 12th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling, Sport | 23 Comments »

ALEX SINGER CYCLES Alex Singer Cycles Levallois Perret, France by Elvire Toulorge photographs by Nicolas Joly. // L’EROICA 2008 by Eric Von Munz Photographs by Peter DiAntoni. What began as a bet combined with a dare twelve years ago… // RW24 V.2 by Jeremy Prach Photographs by Peter DiAntoni. Riverwest is a neighborhood in the center of Milwaukee which I believe to be one of the last true neighborhoods left. // COG POLO INVITE by Captain Jake Newborn MKE Bike Polo - Hero Squad. The state of the game of hard court bike polo. // SIX DAYS & SIX NIGHTS by Gary Graham Photographs by Maria Laub. The idea of a Six-Day race originated in England in 1878.

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COG Magazine
POBOX 1967
Milwaukee, WI 53201

“info[at]cogmag.com”

“japan[at]cogmag.com”

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We love bikes…obsess about them. One gear, fixed wheel, low-maintenance, highly-dependable bikes specifically. Bikes that are works of art, and at the same time, highly utilitarian transportation.

Cities are great places to ride bicycles. Winding through crosstown traffic on a busy afternoon can be an adventure! Not to mention the hassle-free rock star parking! COG is a visual journal captured from behind the bars of city bikers and messengers around the world. My bike has changed my life, enhanced it exponentially. And I know from meeting people in different towns and through websites like flickr and the many bike forums that there are lots of others with a similar geekdom toward their bikes.

Our staff and international contributors have ridden for years and logged thousands of miles through city traffic all around the world. We don’t plan on stopping anytime soon…hard charging, ducking and weaving, fast forward. One cog, one mind.  –Peter DiAntoni, Editor - COG Magazine

www.cogmag.com