Alex Turner, Photography Willy Vanderperre, Styling Alister Mackie
To celebrate the music-themed Spring/Summer issue of the inspiring AnOther Man magazine, they invited some amazing talents to show their rock ‘n’ roll track that represents them the best. Adding Arctic Monkey’s front man Alex Turner, Swim Deep; coming up with their debut album in June and other fantastic music artists. And you can listen to the result on the Off The Record – AnOther Man Playlist by Anothermagazine on Mixcloud
– ALEX TURNER selects The Letter by Joe Cocker – BOBBY GILLESPIE selects Catamaran by Allah Las – JAKE BUGG selects Preachin’ Blues by Robert Johnson – RICHARD HELL selects Back on the Bottle by Lydia Loveless – PAM HOGG selects V3 (edit) by Carter Tutti Void – SKY FERREIRA selects Want by The Soft Moon – TOY selects King of the Rumbling Spires by T. Rex – IS TROPICAL selects Street Hassle by Lou Reed – CHILDHOOD selects Rock and Roll Nightclub by Mac DeMarco – PEACE selects Rumble by Link Wray – SWIM DEEP selects Beast of Burden by The Rolling Stones
Today was the launch of the first Dutch September Issue. The theme of this years issue is the Romantic Revolution. In the Bijenkorf in Amsterdam their was the opportunity to buy the magazine one day earlier, so I thought way not take a look! The windows of the Bijenkorf were designed by the VOGUE stylists, a dress made of army jackets, roses hanging on a thread, a big pile of red clothing with a model on top and a lot of beautiful designer clothes!
The only thing that bothered me was how they organised the hole thing. I thought VOGUE would make something fantastic to pronounce the September issue but unfortunately they just showed a few models dressed nicely with a baby car with roses, to give a way! Nothing spectacular! The whole time I thought it still had to begin, i was expecting something big.
Artist and designer, Aurelian Junner, made these fantastic art with magazines, they are not only beautiful, he also had a very good reason why he transformers these magazines. He reflects on the function of fashion magazine as a medium of dissemination of “mass culture” images and its relation to reality. He thinks totally different, his method is “juxtaposition intervention”, questioning the status of the fictional world and idealization created for the magazine, and its relationship to the real world where the image is built.
Fricote is a french magazine about food. And because of my new assignment (foodstyling) at school, I just had to share it. They also have a blog with the most funny designs made with food or that looks like food. I realy get inspired when I see what you can do with food. See fricote for more inspiration.
Photo : Renan Astier
Food Designer : Benjamin Darnaud
Style : Sophie Aprile
The cover says a lot about the magazine. If I don’t like the cover I will not buy the magazine. Offcourse, the content is important aswell but if the cover doesn’t sparkle, it will not be seen or bought!
The cover says a lot about the magazine. You can tell what kind of magazine it is and what subject will be discussed. If you know the magazine you will be able to recognize it by seeing the cover.