Blog Post Category Archive (Magazines)

  1. FUCK YOU: A MAGAZINE OF THE ARTS: 1962-1965

    In 1962 poet, musician and book shop owner Ed Sanders started Fuck You: A Magazine of the Arts in New York’s Lower East Side. His intent was to create a publication in which anything and everything could be published. In

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  2. Q&A: PECAN MAGAZINE

    PECAN is a brand new traveling magazine that prints three issues per year, each one about and based in a different city. Each chapter is a lyrical guidebook to a selected destination, assembling perspectives and creative works of that city’s

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  3. 01 Magazine Issue No.9 – Contemporary Issue

    We are pleased to announce that 01 Magazine  No.9 – Contemporary Issue is finally up.  Enjoy! Featuring: Tom Dixon / Ingo Maurer / Rachel Cattle & Steve Richards / Arik Roper / BaseRange / Marten Elder / Doug Johnston / Zioxla

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  4. NEW YORK PORTRAIT SERIES #3 – Todd Jordan + Katherine Clary

    Todd Jordan and Katherine Clary are a couple that have a bright future together. We admire the unity and love that these two have for one other. Katherine is Todd’s muse on a variety of different photoshoots that he has

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  5. Hypebeast/ Issue 8:The Perspective Issue- Placements Fashion Editorial

    I was really happy to have the chance to work on Hypebeast Magazine-The Perspective Issue (No.8) that is fresh off the press. Shot by Ian Lanterman, our photo shoot called ‘Placements’ is a 12 page ensemble of the must haves men’s fashion

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  6. Comme des Garçons Ads

      Fall 1995   Comme des Garçons has always been more than a clothing brand. Designer Rei Kawakubo likes to oversee everything about the company and that includes their advertisments. Under creative directors like Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme, the ads

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  7. IDEA BOOKS LTD

      Idea Books is like my teen dream library. It takes you back to a time before the internet and smart phones when you traded foreign fashion magazines by the pool with your best friend and learned about art from

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  8. Seth Fluker: Working Title S/S14

      The new spring S/S14 collage style lookbook for Working Title has just been put up on their site featuring colorful photos by Seth Fluker.

  9. Marilyn Monroe working out shot by Philippe Halsman

      Just before she hit it big in ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’, Philippe Halsman photographed  Marilyn Monroe for LIFE magazine. Philippe took  a few candid shots of her daily workout routine. The picture of the starlet that made the cover on

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  10. Neighbour: 2014 March Editorial

    Another nicely composed editorial by Neighbour taken by the talented Vancouver based photographer Ian Lanterman. Ian’s current work explores using colour and symmetry of the subject matter staged inside a studio environment.  Follow the latest on Ian’s work on Instagram

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  11. Libraryman: Dogme Magazine-No.1

    The Swedish publication house Libraryman has just released their first magazine Dogme. Dogme Magazine takes a closer look through the creative lens of film, fashion, and photography, presenting lucid portraits of their favorite creative subjects. The magazine is spearheaded by

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  12. ACNE PAPER ISSUE 15

    Acne Paper 15 is dedicated to actresses. It’s all, or at least mostly, about women, outstanding women who in their individual ways have moved us with their unforgettable performances. We ponder them in these pages, directly or indirectly, through portraits,

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