Bookshelf : Make Great Pets by No Thoughts Zine

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From the creators of No Thoughts Zine comes a new photo zine in collaboration with publisher, Nighted all centered around portraits of pets and their owners. ย What originally drew me to this zine is the Porno For Pyros song reference “Make Great Pets”. Great correlation there. People often forget that pets truly are an extension…

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Bookshelf: 10 Years of Monster Children

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Just this week Australian based magazine Monster Children, released their ten year anniversary book. Monster Children is a perfect mix of surf and skate culture, fashion, photography, illustrations, and culture. The hardback edition is a testament of it’s influence throughout the publishing world in the last ten years. This definitely ranks as a “must have”…

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Throwback Thursday: SPIN Magazine Covers

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Growing up SPIN Magazine was just as, if not more important than Rolling Stone in my world. I remember vividly going to the store and getting the latest in alternative news. Last December they announced the end of their print run after 27 years to focus more on their digital properties. It makes me sad…

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Fresh Pressing: The Quarterly by The Creative Book

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The Quarterly, a new publication from the minds behind The Creative Book is the perfect fuel to my publishing addiction. Censorship is the theme of their inaugural issue. ย Exploring the idea of censorship through literature, fashion editorials, and photo sets from all over the world. It’s always interesting to see how we are censored or…

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Bookshelf: “No Alternative” by William Dickerson

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Summer is the perfect time to set aside to get into a new book. In lieu of creating a “fashion grunge” summer book club, I think there just may be more book reviews in the future on the site. Just turning 30 this year has really made me think about the last 15 years of…

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Interview w/ Michael J DeMeo of No Thoughts Magazine

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I have a fascination with printed material. There is something about feeling the paper and ink on your hands that beats any screen of a tablet. This is probably why I literally refuse to read books on the iPad. Discovering new photozines and publications is somewhat of a borderline hobby/obsession, so I was thrilled to…

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Bookshelf: Fashion Blogs

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“Fashion Blogs” was one of the first books to really explore the booming industry of fashion blogging. I first heard about this book in 2011 and it was one of the hardest to track down. It sold out faster than anyone could have ever imagined, so I after months of eBay stalking I emerged victorious….

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Throwback Thursday: Rolling Stone Magazine Covers from the 90s

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Rolling Stone, is one of the most iconic publications in the past 40 years, and their covers are an art form themselves. I had a subscription for ย few years and I looked forward to each issue ย in my mailbox more than you know. When you have made it on a Rolling Stone cover man…that’s just…

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From the Vault: Preen Magazine

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When I was first getting introduced into the world of the magazine culture, I read everything I could get my hands on. I remember spending countless hours on the floor of Barnes & Noble with a stack of magazines soaking up this new world that I longed to be a part of someday. Since we’re…

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Menswear Monday: Michael Pitt by Gus Van Sant

One of the greatest things about being an artist is the connections you develop. It’s often found in different mediums but the outcome is the same throughout. It can be a connection with your craft directly or with another person. People are by far my favorite subjects. Learning to maintain a connection with your subject…

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