Abstracts / Issue IX

willie mays’ in essay data bass (LIVE)

by Brantly Martin

When the sirens went off and I looked skyward over Tompkins Square Park and saw the distress signal hologram I knew it was a result of my egregious breach of email etiquette Read more...

Chronicle / 21 December 2014

Happy Birthday John Kennedy Toole & Philip K. Dick

by Brantly Martin

“When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.”
-Jonathan Swift; Thoughts on Various Subjects, Moral and Diverting Read more...

Interiors / 1.1

De Gournay Photos

photography Simone Strano

“What’s your favorite color? Black, right? I thought so. Read more...

Chronicle / 9 December 2014

Marrakech Film Festival Day 2: Mortensen’s Game

by Pablo Calvi

Viggo Mortensen keeps a warm, mellow cool that passes at times for a civil tinge of skepticism. Read more...

Chronicle / 8 December 2014

Marrakech Film Festival Day 1: Yves Saint Laurent

by Pablo Calvi

Saint Laurent was not a fan of big audiences himself, and in Morocco he found refuge and inspiration away from Europe. Read more...

Chronicle / 7 December 2014

Marrakech Film Festival Opening Night

by Monika Norwid

photography Karim Tibari

Let the Un-Festival of Film Festivals Begin... "Many people tell me that their children learned Arabic from watching my films" Read more...

Travel / 1.1

Venetian Plans & Shallow Lagoons

by Brantly Martin

photography Alessandro Simonetti

They need to perfect the antidote before they market the new plague, and they need to refine the new plague to make sure there is no cure. Read more...

Editorials / 1.1

Suburbia

photography Nicolo Terraneo

realization Concetta D'Angelo

Grunge is always there reminding designers how hard they must work to truly represent youth through a piece of wool. It’s not about being worldly or living god-knows-where in New York, but about understanding that the suburbs will eventually conquer the world. Read more...

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The Advanced Style of Beatrix Ost
Samantha
Grey Conspiracy: All Seeing Eye