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Bad Day #10

Posted: April 27th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture | 16 Comments »

Featuring: Sofia Coppola, Vanessa Beecroft, Panda Bear, Jeff Wall, Daniel Eatock, Thomas Persson, Brendan Flanagan, a Fort, and a Joke // Supplement: set of 2 postcards by Daniel Eatock

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Founded in 2007, Bad Day is a quarterly arts and culture publication based in Toronto, that focuses on Canadian and International artists. The name is meant to subvert a negative concept through the positive impact of art; good things are found in the pages of a Bad Day.

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eye #79

Posted: April 18th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design | 23 Comments »

TYPE SPECIAL Take any era and there is always technological and creative innovation in type // IN THE THICK OF IT Morag Myerscough injects colour, pattern and big type into public spaces. // REPUTATIONS Typeface designer Kris Sowersby, of New Zealand foundry Klim, talks to Mark Thomson. // ALAN FLEMING (1929-77) The typographic designer who shaped the look of Canada. // BEYOND BLACKLETTER Exuberant lettering on the covers of a 1930s German film magazine. // THE FOOD, THE TYPE, THE ART DIRECTOR AND HIS CLIENT Les Mason’s Epicurean was an expressive gallery for adventurous design. // MR MISTRAL New research prompts a fresh look at French designer Roger Excoffon and Fonderie Olive. // MEN BEHAVING STYLISHLY Port’s team discuss launching a glossy magazine and app during an economic crisis.

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Elephant #6

Posted: April 18th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture | 16 Comments »

Like a suitcase packed in a rush halfway through a long journey, this strange and thought-provoking issue was put together under the sign of diversity – diversity in terms of cultures, countries, gender, politics, styles and art forms (ranging from water colouring to woodcut engraving, VJing and book designing). Margherita Dessanay looks at how the language of film has influenced that of fine art painting, and Astrid Stavro looks at the idea of gender equality in our creative industries (stopping to talk about this with female designers as influential as Paula Scheer, Marieke Stolk of Experime…) -Elephant

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Popshot #5 / The Childhood Issue

Posted: April 18th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Illustration, Poetry | 10 Comments »

The fifth issue which takes a hide and seek peek into the rose tinted, summer filled hours of our childhood. Expect to find poems about worm eating school children, horror filled sleepovers, school toilet hierarchy and old wives tales. Featuring work from some of the finest contemporary poets and illustrators working today, plus interviews with Polarbear, Peepshow Collective, Murray Lachlan Young and Mr Bingo.

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Popshot is a bi-annual British based art publication that champions contemporary poetry and illustration. Gently intent on hoodwinking poetry back from the clammy hands of tweed jackets and school anthologies, Popshot looks to celebrate the poetry of today and tomorrow with the whimsical arms of illustration wrapped tightly round it. We are of the thought that the future of poetry is even more exciting than the past.
Each issue of Popshot contains a collection of poems written to a theme. These selected poems are individually sent out to a collection of illustrators who illustrate the poems according to their interpretation of the piece. These illustrations are then bound together with the poems to create a beautiful volume of literary and artistic goodness.
Popshot is published twice a year in April and October.

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COG #10

Posted: April 12th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 19 Comments »

Riverwest 24 v.3 / NAHBPC Madison WI / Red Hook Criterium Milano / Ellis Cycles / Ines Brunn / Josh Boothby / CMWC Guatemala / SE 700c Road Trip / Gates Carbon Drive / Melbourne Australia / more…

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DUMMY #30 / Behinderte

Posted: April 12th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Lifestyle | 30 Comments »

EINE GUTE ERFAHRUNG Mit dem Rollstuhl durch Münster // DIE LETZTEN IHRER ART Manche arbeiten eifrig daran, dass es bald keine Behnderten mehr gibt // ES GEHT SOFORT LOS Härter als das Berghain: Die Behndertendisco in Güstrow // DOCH KEIN TRAUM Ein Mann springt ins Wasser und bricht sich den Hals. Damit geht es los // HAU AB, DAS SCHAFF’ ICH SCHON ALLEIN Manche Rollstuhlfahrer glauben, sie könnten sich alles erlauben // WART’ NUR, BIS ES DUNKEL WIRD Ganz schön gruselig: nachts in der Psychiatrie

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ERRR #11

Posted: April 11th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Film, Literature, Music | 18 Comments »

UNTITLED Yuli Sato / TIDY UP Franziska Sinn / STALLION Laura Macias Barrera / ERIKA Cassandra Gutiérrez Oosthuysen / CINQ PETITS RÉVES Frederik García / HOME Oscar Rubio / MONJES EN TRANSILVANIA Osvaldo Sánchez / DRIPPING Markus Linnenbrink / SAN CARLOS CENTRO CULTURAL Minory León / FLUIR Shadi Charbel / OJOS Regina G. Solórzano and Juan Carlos García Guerrero / CANTERA Renata Becerril / I’M FREE Andy Davis

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Abel Ibáñez Galván
Dirección | Edición | Diseño | Publicidad
abel@errr-magazine.com

Andrea Belmont
Edición | Fotografía | Publicidad
andrea.belmont@errr-magazine.com

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estoesmio@errr-magazine.com

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Founded in 2008 ERRR is a bimonthly print and digital magazine for visual art, literature, music, fashion and film. It is from Mexico and it is for free.

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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.

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Collect
GPO Box 1580
Adelaide 5001
Phone: 08 8212 3773

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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

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McSweeney’s #37 / The Groundbreaking Issue

Posted: April 10th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Literature | 17 Comments »

Features: Jonathan Franzen on Upper East Side ambition // Jess Walter on the men who ride children’s bicycles in Spokane, Washington // Joe Meno on women who want to be eaten by lions // Etgar Keret and Joyce Carol Oates on murder and language in a restaurant called Cheesus Christ and at Gate C34 of Newark International Airport, respectively—and ten more stories besides, five of them strange and beautiful pieces from Kenya that will tell you, indelibly, what it’s like to be drunk for seventy-two hours straight in Nairobi or to smuggle contraband jam into the girls’ dormitory of the Precious Blood Riruta Secondary School or to fly over the Kalacha Goda oasis in a small plane, at sunset, with your brother in a coffin next to you // Other topics covered include unemployment, drumming vs. painting, and Faisal Shahzad, the Times Square car-bomb attempter.

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The White Review #1

Posted: April 5th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Literature, Politics | 19 Comments »

INTERVIEWS Dame Paula Rego on art / Tom McCarthy on literature / Andre Schiffrin on publishing // FICTION Desmond Hogan, From the Town / Patrick Langley, Beyond the Horizon // ART Marina Cashdan, The Idea Machine: Brion Gysin / Lawrence Lek, Five Installations / Viktor Timofeev, PLUSPyramid_1 // POETRY Alexander Nemser, Two Prose Poems / Charles Cros (tr. Sophie Lewis), L’Heure Froide // ESSAYS Donatien Grau, (Un)timely Considerations on Old and Current Issues / Leila Peacock, Futures Past: Monumental Memorials of Modern Berlin / Anthony Rudolf, Darkness and Dream: Levi reads Byron and Leopardi / D. W. Wilson, On the Notoriously Overrated Powers of Voice in Fiction // REPORTAGE Amabel Barraclough, Faces from a frontier: Marcus Leatherdale and the Adivasi / Ismail Einashe, In Somaliland

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108 Kirkwood Road
SE15 2DG London

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The White Review is a quarterly arts, culture and politics magazine, published in print and online, and established on a non-profit economic model. Issue 1 is available now in bookstores everywhere and available by subscription. The website is updated with new, usually web-only content several times each week.
Edited, designed and defined by an emergent generation of London-based writers and artists, the magazine is creating a space for a new generation to express itself unconstrained by form, subject or genre.

The name – The White Review – is a reference to La Revue Blanche, a Parisian political, literary and artistic magazine which ran from 1889 to 1903. Politically,La Revue Blanche fought against the injustices of its time. In addition to defending Dreyfus as early as 1898, La Revue Blanche also denounced the evils of colonialism and the Armenian genocide amongst other events of political significance. It stood at the forefront of the avant-garde artistic scene, notably promoting the neo-Impressionists and Art Nouveau. Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, and Vuillard were amongst the artists who illustrated La Revue Blanche, which also kept up to date with the wider artistic scene.

On the literary front, La Revue Blanche’s record is equally as impressive. In addition to publicising the ideas of major thinkers such as Nietzsche, Tolstoy, and Stirner, the journal played host to a new generation of major writers and thinkers with Marcel Proust, André Gide, Léon Blum, and Guillaume Apollinaire all contributing early writings.

The White Review is following in the footsteps of La Revue Blanche by providing a platform for a new generation of writers, thinkers, and artists to break through in an otherwise saturated industry. By offering a combination of unpublished fiction, essays on the arts and politics and long interviews with significant individuals in their fields, The White Review is reviving the spirit of La Revue Blanche, with its attendant openness to new ideas, art, literature, and radical politics.  -The White Review

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