Crack Magazine is a monthly arts and music magazine based in Bristol and distributing in Cardiff and London. It gives a good insight into the art, music and fashion side of Bristol with interviews with local artists as well as worldwide ones. They also put on some pretty great shows in Bristol and London that you should try and get along to. < a href="https://twitter.com/CrackMagazine" target="_blank">Follow them on Twitter to stay up to date.
Carrier Pigeon is a magazine of illustrated fiction and fine art, which gives creative control to the artists. It deconstructs the singularity of each artistic discipline, setting new standards for their successful merging, and provides contributing literary and visual artists with a venue for telling independent stories with unconditional freedom in both subject matter and […]
Wrapped in a brown paper bag (just like a king brown from the bottleshop), King Brown magazine contains some of the best urban art and illustration going. But I guess that makes sense, when the Yok is in charge of it. So go crack open a king brown already.
For SNAP! Magazine’s 15th issue, contributors were given the opportunity to explore the idea of Embellishment. An endlessly broad subject, the issue looks at everything from accessories and adornments like tattoos and jewelry, to embellishment in painting, photo and sculpture, to manipulation of the intangible, like memory.
I discovered this pretty publication last month at the NY Art Book Fair. FUKT seems to be a one-man endeavor that publishes ‘usually annually’ and contains an excellent selection of contemporary drawing. It curates a great span of artists working in styles ranging from fine art to the design-inspired. The magazine can be found via […]
I just found Rad magazine online. It gives a overview of everything cool. The editors have not revealed themselves and have tried to give a very underground feel to it.
When did the word ‘feminism’ become an obscenity? Granta’s Summer 2011 issue (115), aptly titled The F-Word, presents a complex and rich picture of contemporary feminism.
All-Story magazine is a quarterly trove of literary and artistic discovery. Each season, they publish a new collection of short stories, bound together in shapeshifting magazine format, with guest art designers from all walks of creative life.
I first saw Permanent Food magazine while I was in Santa Monica furniture shopping. I walked into the store looking for a new desk but ended up sitting on a overpriced couch flipping through Permanent Food instead.
Now this is clever. Starting May 7, the team behind 48 Hours Magazine will write, photograph, illustrate, design, edit, and ship a magazine in just two days: ‘the end results will be a shiny website and a beautiful glossy paper magazine, delivered right to your old-fashioned mailbox’. Unreal. Literally.