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The Push Shove: China Outlook

Started by a collective of expats living in China, the creation of The Push Shove was an inherent desire to showcase China’s vibrant youth movement in a new light. The Push Shove’s latest efforts take shape with their digital “C...

HIDDEN CHAMPION Issue #20 featuring JR

For Issue #20, Japanese mix culture magazine HIDDEN CHAMPION, which has been profiling various artists and athletes for the past eight years, is featuring JR – the French artist known for “communicating with the world by utilizing photo, pa...

SNEEZE No. 11 2011 Spring Issue

Quarterly publication SNEEZE unveils its new issue for Spring 2011 featuring Tyler, the Creator and Jason Dill, with photography from Kenneth Cappello. Dubbed “The Flagrant Foul Issue,” this latest edition of the magazine also features José Parlá...

Edition29 ARCHITECTURE Issue #5

Edition29 ARCHITECTURE present the 5th issue of their iPad magazines. The 170-page issue features some of the latest and greatest developments in the world of architecture ranging from work by Yoshiyuki Moriyama and the RA House in Kansai, to the...

Another Man Issue 12 featuring Tom Ford

For the latest issue of Another Man, editor-in-chief Jefferson Hack sits down for a bedside chat with guest star Tom Ford as the American designer gives some tips on how to be a modern gentleman. The magazine’s features also include a look...

Clark Magazine Issue 47

French publication Clark Magazine celebrates its 47th issue for March/April 2011. This latest edition features the magazine doing some spring cleaning as the layout receives a new treatment along with 148 pages of creative underground culture. Th...

I.T Post Issue 09: “The Dreamers”

Inspired by their dedication, perseverance and belief, I.T. Post dedicates its ninth issue entitled “The Dreamers” to some of the fashion world’s most influential people. Featuring supermodel Liu Dan on the cover, the imagery an...

Living Proof Magazine Issue #6

Living Proof Magazine share with us their sixth issue as the art magazine covers some interesting personalities this time around. Among the highlights are an interview with Ryan McGinness, Andrew Jeffrey Write, photographer Angela Boatwright and...

SNEEZE No. 11 2011 Spring Issue Preview

Quarterly publication SNEEZE previews its upcoming issue for Spring 2011 featuring Tyler, the Creator and Jason Dill, with photography from Kenneth Cappello. Dubbed “The Flagrant Foul Issue,” this latest edition of the magazine looks...

Print 2.0: Redefining the Craft

I don’t remember when was the last time I went out and purchased a physical magazine. A media platform that has come to represent so many different important facets of culture, discourse and life has steadily moved itself towards a new approach a...

Visionaire Magazine Issue No. 60 Preview

Widely regarded for his various roles throughout the industry, Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci becomes the latest contributor to Visionaire, one of the most expensive yet most cohesive and well-curated print magazines in the industry. Like most would e...

bootcamp magazine Vol. 7

Conceived by Motoki Mizoguchi, bootcamp magazine will release its seventh edition in the near future. Designated as a “visual communication” platform, the magazine offers creators the ability to showcase their output regardless of the...

Fricote Magazine #2

French food and design magazine Fricote launch their second issue with another interesting editorial direction. Throughout the pages of the follow-up issue, the magazine reports on Paris’s oldest food market, a feature on former world champ...

GQ’s Best New Menswear Designer 2011: Alexander Wang

Asian American designer Alexander Wang was recently crowned GQ’s Best New Menswear Designer for 2011. With his victory, the designer was awarded $50,000 USD, mentorship with Dockers, Bloomingdale’s and the editors of GQ as well as des...

SENSE: visvim 2011 Spring/Summer Collection

SENSE magazine gives us a look at more of visvim’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection in their ongoing segment, “The Text in visvim.” visvim are no strangers to native styling, with many of their earlier items having subtle touches h...