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BEING A WRITER

As a part of My First Time interview series by The Paris Review, Sheila Heti talks about how she became a writer .

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE

If Tumblr was a city, Devonté Hynes and Neneh Cherry’s “He She Me” vid would be its promo clip. The camera swims through the darkness following a female? protagonist who is entranced by the weird yet never weirded out. The viewer is never quite anchored via master shot except at the video’s conclusion; at times [...]

PRINT IS DEAD. LONG LIVE PRINT

It is not every day that we have the honour to be included among ‘The World’s Best Independent Magazines’, and needless to say, we’re thrilled. The latest of coffee table books on independent publishing, Print is Dead. Long Live Print by Ruth Jamieson compiles in one nifty volume a perfect survey of everything that is [...]

FROM XS TO XL: OUR CHRISTMAS HELP

Christmas presents are always a headache these days – but do not fret, we are here to help out with some nifty little gift list for all wallet sizes – order this week though to insure timely delivery. And yes, we do allow for gift orders to be shipped directly to your lucky [...]

Fresh-Baked

Bless all eaters of #CAKE. Bless ‘quakers! Blast Bunny Hops!

QUIET COMING

“Wildcat is a state of mind; an experiment inspired by the composition and performance of jazz music.
The characters that populate this world are actual – cowboys; and envisioned – angels.
The town they all inhabit is real – Grayson, Oklahoma.”
2012 gave us “Until the Quiet Comes”, the pithy collaboration between filmmaker Kahlil Joseph and musician Flying Lotus. Its [...]

Lago Di Efterklango

Danish band Efterklang is back — with a web radio station called “The Lake”: “The Lake runs 24 hours daily and aims to be the anti-thesis of commercial radio. Its function is to serve as a platform for experimental and inspiring music, sounds and radio art, without playlists, boundaries or limitations. The carefully curated library [...]

Wishful Thinking

So apparently not one but two wishes came true last week: the amazing Dot Willow shooting a selfie campaign (including that video below), and Fog’s Andrew Broder returning to life with his wicked, weird take on “Wishes”, that song you’ve been watching the whole time earlier last year.

Lost Book Found

“I found connections between the street vendor, Benjamin’s ‘flaneur’, and my own work as an observer and collector of ephemeral street life,” Jem Cohen once said about his 1996 film Lost Book Found, a truly mindblowing, poetic Super 8/16mm flick about city life. Got 37 mins? Well, then watch it right now:

FLIPPING OUT

As with many, I sometimes find The Art to be indistinguishable from fashion, design, or decorative art, which is completely fine. However, the trend towards their sugary, whimsical ilk sometimes gives me one too many (hot)flashbacks of semi-reluctant jaunts around Anthropologie and its twee brethren.
When I first saw a feature praising Juan Fontanive, I spotted [...]