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

CONDIMENT #1

Posted: September 21st, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Food & Drink | 22 Comments »

CONDIMENT – Adventures in Food and Form is a publication and project-base exploring the relationship between food and creativity and food and community. // ISSUE #1 of Condiment features work and contributions from: Yumiko Utsu, Martino Gamper, Ready For The House, Darren Sylvester, Anders Jander, Per Englund, Ellen Birrell, E.C. Large, ffiXXed, Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, Amanda Maxwell, Shauna T., Melanie Bonajo, Christopher LG Hill and Postalco.

Contact

Food and Form
Level 5, 358 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne, 3000
Victoria, Australia
table@foodandform.com

How to get it
here
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
About Issue 01 — Autumn/Winter 2010
For the most part, food is nature at its most familiar. While views on its production and presentation become ever more complex and conflicted, it is nevertheless us that set the parameters.

As its masters we think: food is here to serve us. But quite possibly: we are here to serve food.  Reversing the roles and giving up control is an eye-opening exercise. After all it is we who are dependent on food, and not food that is dependent on us.

One key attribute to the good servant is enthusiasm and enthusiasm is most often found in the amateur. The true amateur, of which E.C. Large was proudly an advocate, is defined as “one who loves”.

Beyond our own lack of expertise, although that is true too, it is this simple sentiment that has informed  Condiment – Adventures in Food and Form. Equal parts wonder and worship, each page of this publication is not as much about what we do know as what we don’t. -Chris Barton and Jessica Brent

www.foodandform.com


Put A Egg On It #2

Posted: September 16th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Food & Drink | 18 Comments »

THE SUMMER 2010 ISSUE of Put A Egg On It features local products by Susie Karlowski, James Keough and Nick Catucci. Essays by Paul Gerard, Elizabeth Pearce, Kristal Hawkins and Max Blagg. Photography by Laura June Kirsch and Billy Sullivan. Drawings by Aaron Renier, Jason McClean, Shayne Ehman and mc sub-zero permafrost. This issue’s recipes feature beans!

Contact
ask@rs-media.org

How to get it
shop

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

About
Put A Egg On It is an irreverent digest-sized art and literary magazine out of New York City about food, cooking and the communal joys of eating with friends and family. The magazine features essays, photo essays and illustrations as well as practical cooking tips and recipes.

www.putaeggonit.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

Subscribe
here

0

0

0

About
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

Subscribe
here

0

0

0

0

0

0

About
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


WORN #10

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

FEATURES A Modest Introduction Demystifying a global cover-up with a basic glossary of hijab // Second-Hand Stories Conceptual artist Iris Haussler discusses the role of clothing in her work and life // Down the Button Hole Closing in on collectors fascinated by fasteners // What in the World to Wear How a fashion encyclopedia can define global style // Talize: A Love Story Discovering a retro retailer makes thrifty chic the second coming COLUMNS Everything I Know About Fashion (I Learned From My Mother) Exploring the structure of self-esteem // Haiku by Emily B. // This Shit Ain’t Free Make-up reviewer Bella B. stays smooth in a hairy situation // Books About Looks Tavi sets her sights on Avedon, plus a collection of reviews from the Wornettes in the trenches // Material Girl Corduroy - a fabric of a different stripe // Knowitall When was that jacket made? Sonya Wornette dates a biker.

Contact
dearworn @ wornjournal.com

Subscribe
here

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

About
WORN Fashion Journal is a print publication that comes out twice a year (once in hot weather, once in cold) based in Toronto, Canada. However, our content is not time or location specific. Since we do not report on trends or promote the newest items on the market, our content is as interesting and relevant today as it will be five years down the road. Although we love and support Toronto fashion, we include content from all over Canada and the rest of the world. WORN hasn’t missed the fact that there are scads of fashion magazines out there. But we feel something is missing: opinion and intelligent commentary that’s untainted by advertisers’ demands.

WORN discusses the cultures, subcultures, histories, and personal stories of fashion. We strive to embody a place between pop culture magazine and academic journal that opens new avenues in art and fashion theory by hovering where these two ideas intersect, connecting with fashion scholars and artists. We pay attention to how what is worn is made, interpreted, transformed, disseminated, and copied. –WORN Magazine

www.wornjournal.com