A lot of public artists get their thrills from mocking pop culture (Kaws, Mr. Brainwash), but TrustoCorp does it better than most. Following their re-branding campaign in your local markets and street sign altering in formations across New York, TrustoCorp has taken to the newsstands for some gab-mag real talk. Stay alert East Coast!
In the age of fast-forward, short film is entertainment by the minute. For shortfilm buffs and filmmakers, World of Shorts magazine puts the answers in all the right places: which festivals to watch out for, what are the tendencies in today’s shortfilm landscape, interviews, workshops, film funding and sales). The number issue of World of Shorts also showcases the shortfilm events from the Sarajevo Film Festival, the South Central European film hotspot of the summer.
Stylenoir is one of my favorite online magazine sources of inspiration and visual reference. Published since 2008, it regularly features latex, alternative style, and the darker aesthetics of fashion, bringing fetish and alternative style to the high fashion industry.
Despite the recent eclipse and the passing of Venus across the sun, there’s been no recent cosmic event quite as spectacular as the Adult Swim issue of Juxtapoz magazine, hosting Kevin Kirkpatrick’s hyper-realistic bust of Carl Brutananadilewski from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, following a nostalgic and booming response to his Beavis and Butthead.
Acclaim is an Australian street lifestyle magazine packed with cool articles about music, art, and fashion. With great local and international interviews, and excellent fashion sections, this dope mag is a must read for anyone who wants to know everything that matters in the hip hop and urban scene. They also organize Carbon Festival every […]
Paper Sea Quarterly just launched their new magazine in Melbourne recently: the party had free beer, which is what we all know makes a party. Ozzie Wrong got arty on a rad surfboard that I’m going to win. There were huge prints on all the walls from the mag and Kaspar Raglus did a bit […]
Rupa Design created this origami cover design out of paper for the upcoming issue 1/12 of novum magazine, focusing on the fortune-bringing crane to wish all readers a good start into 2012 and A HAPPY BALANCE.
For the November issue of Novum Magazine, German design studio Paperlux created six versions of bendable magazine covers that playfully invites people to interact with it: ‘Small, colorful triangles are punch cut from the cover, so that you can bend, fold, and ripple along the geometric lines’. Here’s an issue you will be leaving on the coffee table for your guests.
Sydney-based writer and designer, Anthea Krook, has created a new publication which aims to bring happiness into our everyday lives. Spoonful is a short but inspiring little publication which, in light of our insanely busy lives, can be finished by the end of a train ride. It’s quick to consume, beautifully soft, and after reading, […]
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.
Our friends over at Giant Robot are celebrating their fifteenth year of publishing their print magazine and subsequent expansion into retail shops and art galleries with a group show running at San Francisco’s GRSF until July 15. The exhibition features the work of Lydia Fong (Barry McGee), Kozyndan, Luke Chueh, Saelee Oh, Robert Bellm, Albert […]