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

Parkett #88

Posted: Juli 28th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art | 11 Comments »

Kerstin Brätsch and DAS INSTITUT “For Brätsch, demonstrative style has … to do with the mix and match borrowings of high fashion, DIY subculture, and the manufacturing of persona found in advertising and online viral campaigns.” - Fionn Meade // COLLABORATIONS: Paul Chan, Sturtevant, Andro Weku

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DAMNmagazine #29

Posted: Juli 24th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Architecture, Art, Design | 25 Comments »

A WASH ON EUROPES SHORES Human behaviour in troubled times // BLINDED BY THE LIGHT The 54th venice art biennial // QUEST FOR MEANING Art to the nth degree // LIVING LARGE Nils Holger Moormann’s Alpine Universe // INVADING NEW TERRITORIES Siggi Eggertsson, Designer without borders // BRICK BY BRICK Francis Kere paves the way for change // ORDINARY PEOPLE The art of simple living

Contact
DAMn°magazine / DAMnation Ltd
HQ Brussels
26, N Marché aux Grains
BE-1000 Brussels

HQ Berlin
Yorckstrasse 74
D-10965 Berlin

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DAMn° is an independent publication with an open-minded view on the interchangeable worlds of design, architecture and art. Exploring the blurred boundaries of creative forms and expressions, it is about people, products and places, tradition and originality, improvisation and inventiveness. The support of contributors from across the world offers a diverse and expansive mix of inquisitive and wilful stories - creative responses to contemporary culture with a distinctive visual and textual attitude.

DAMn°’s starting point is where most magazines stop, bringing editorial content beyond hype or conventional academic debate. Unafraid to link the personal and the political, the economic and the emotional, the stylistic and the social, DAMn° juxtaposes beauty and decay with an approach that is both thoughtful and playful. Well that’s the general idea anyway. - DAMNmagazine

www.damnmagazine.net


PORT #2

Posted: Juli 17th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Man | 20 Comments »

ISSUE #2 leads with a profile of New Yorker editor David Remnick, a story that should get it plenty of press attention and emphasises its literary roots. The piece is by author Nicholson Baker, portrait by Brigitte Lacombe. // Also in the issue: Jon Snow, Martin Amis, a debut literary outing for Hanif Kureishi’s son Carlo, a feature on Mies van der Rohe by the director of the Architectural Association Brett Steele and a chat with the woman who makes the Queen’s brassieres.

Contact
Port Publishing Limited, 1 Sans Walk
London EC1R 0LT
info@port-magazine.com

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Harking back to the grand extended magazine interviews of the mid 60’s, the lead PORT profile offers an authentic, in-depth look at the life of a contemporary icon and the forces they feel are important – issue one features a key essay by Daniel Day-Lewis. By placing celebrities, fashion and style into a cultural context, PORT is a refreshing and influential title for the industries it reflects, while also appealing to a mainstream audience.

Edited and Art directed in London by Dan Crowe, Kuchar Swara and Matt Willey, each quarterly issue of PORT will be a collector’s item in its own right. Significant, practical editorials on the major fashion collections, styled by fashion director David St. John-James will offer a comprehensive analysis for men interested in style – but without all the hyperbole and spin. PORT is distinguished for its sense of editorial confidence and its iconic art direction. As well as investigative reports from the likes of Martin Amis and ex-Time editor Don Morrison, each issue will feature a standalone section dedicated to a powerful, original short story from a leading author.  PORT will mix the traditional and contemporary at their very best, creating a truly modern magazine. -PORT Magazine

www.port-magazine.com


Put A Egg On It #4

Posted: Juli 17th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Food & Drink | 12 Comments »

MMM!

MMM! from Put A Egg On It on Vimeo.


Dazed & Confused #200

Posted: Juli 5th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Literature, Music, Photography | 11 Comments »

The 200th issue of Dazed & Confused is on sale this Thursday 7 July, and the magazine celebrates this publishing milestone by inviting Björk to guest-edit the entire issue and “show us the future”. // Dazed editor Rod Stanley meets her at her home in New York to find out all about her remarkable new album and “app suite” Biophilia, currently making its performance debut in Manchester. // Also in the issue, she presents many of the scientists, designers, programmers, musicologists and artists that inspired and created the project. // The cover is exclusively revealed here, from the stunning shoot by artist Sam Falls, and styled by Katy England. Accelerate!

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Lucky Peach #1

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Food & Drink | 24 Comments »

Peter Meehan and David Chang report on their overeating exploits in Japan // Anthony Bourdain’s take on the classic Brittany Murphy film, Ramen Girl // An instant-ramen taste test with Ruth Reichl // John T. Edge introduces the New Orleans specialty, ya ka mein // Debunking the Myth of Authenticity with Todd Kliman // Explanations of MSG headaches and alkaline noodles from Harold McGee // Art from Tony Millionaire, Matt Volz, Richard Saja, Scott Teplin and others // Recipes from Chang, Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi, and Wylie Dufresne

Contact
McSweeney’s Publishing LP,
849 Valencia Street,
San Francisco,
CA 94110

How to get it
here

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Lucky Peach is a new journal of food writing, published on a quarterly basis by McSweeney’s.
It is a creation of David Chang, the chef behind the Momofuku restaurants in New York, writer Peter Meehan, and Zero Point Zero Production—producers of the Emmy Award–winning Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.

Each issue will explore a single topic through a mélange of travelogue, essays, art, photography, interviews, rants, and, of course, recipes. The journal will be full color and perfect bound, with an eye toward exploring new recipe designs. The aim of Lucky Peach is to create a publication that appeals to diehard foodies as well as fans of good writing and art in general.

The journal will be released shortly before the launch of its sister project—an iPad app produced by Zero Point Zero that will feature more than two hours of videos, plus recipes, art, and essays. -Lucky Peach

http://store.mcsweeneys.net


It’s Nice That #6

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Interview, Literature | 15 Comments »

ISSUE #6 of the It’s Nice That magazine includes interviews with George Lois, Asger Carlsen, Lawrence Weiner and Kate MacGarry as well as a conversation between Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard. // It also includes features by Marion Deuchars, Mikey Please, Carl Kleiner, Nicholas Gottlund, David Bennewith, Toro Y Moi, Keith Haring and Shelagh Cluett as well as a selection of work recently featured online.

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http://www.itsnicethat.com/


Elephant #7

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture | 15 Comments »

OPEN FILES on: Melanie Manchot, Maya Zack, David Maljkovich, Clare Strand, John Bock, Clarissa Tossin, MUSAC: I Was a Male Yvonne de Carlo, Henning Bohl, Leandro Elrich // INTERVIEWS with: Jay Cover: Manufacturing Beautiful Things // Owen Gildersleeves: Paper, Wood and a Few Things We Found // Thomas Houseago: Draw Me A Sculpture // Jim Stoten: Remembering Elephants // Johan Prag: Stockholm to Tokyo //  Dane Lovett: Electronic Still Lives // Matt Duffin: Sunny Spaces, Dark places // Tore Cheung: Hong Kong Soap Opera // FINDING YOUR WAY: cosmologies Of The Self, explores work based on maps, satellite pictures and all manner of geographical exploratory mechanisms. Featuring work by Luis Dourado, Tofu Art, Heidi Neilson, Jenny Odell, Val Britton, Jill Daves, Sage Dawson, Nick DeFord, John Mann, Matthew Rangel, Shannon Rankin and Catrin Morgan // Ron van der Ende: Zero Gravity, by Ana Ibarra // Dan Holdsworth: In This Decisive Moment, by Marc Valli // Sonya Dyakova: Reads Like A Novel, by Astrid Stavro // Featuring work by and interviews with Marina Abramovic, Grisha Bruskin, Gregory Crewdson, Mario Hugo, Tomer Hanuka, Seymour Chwast, Robert Longo, Dan-ah Kim, Dan Witz // Rendezvous with the Void: The End of Culture As We Know It, by Marc Valli

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www.elephantmag.com