Shoot the Breeze: Garrett Lockhart

Garrett Lockhart is a photographer from Nanaimo, BC, who lives and works out East now. He sent us some new work as a Thanksgiving present –  a pink sunset, a blue umbrella, nice things to look at. I’m really into his car series, which is a compilation of close-ups of car paint jobs. Have a…


Chris Lux

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 This past May I went to Chris Lux’s first solo show at Muddgutts gallery in New York. The paintings and drawings I saw there were inspired by the 1944 text “Treasury of American Folklore: Stories, Ballads, and Traditions of the People” written by B.A Botkin. Chris and I talked about doing an interview…


Pearl Jams – DJ Young Kiera

Our second mix from DJ/BFF Kiera McNally! We love you! 1. Unbroken chain -The Grateful Dead 2. Body talk- Imagination 3. Take it- Donnie and Joe Emerson 4. Cruel to be kind- Nick Lowe 5.Alone again- Gilbert O’Sullivan 6.Dolls house- Hirota Mieko 7.Return- The Reels 8.The Sweetest thing (choppedn’ screwd) – U2 9.Hold on- Bernie…


Alex Heilbron

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 Alex Heilbron was in our first-ever printed issue. She gave us fun, bright, felt-pen drawings. I misspelt her name on the cover and always felt bad about that.. A year or so later I met her in Vancouver and we got drunk in the street. Now she’s going to school in…


A Conversation with Young Braised

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 INTERVIEW AND PHOTOS BY SCOTT PARSONS Jaymes Bowman, more commonly known as his pseudonym Young Braised, describes himself as a “Contemporary Urban Recording Artist.” His website is divided into three sub categories: Work, Visual Treatments and Live Exhibitions. These distinctions are hardly conventional in rap, the genre that Young Braised more…


Shoot the Breeze: Reginald Levy

Reginald Levy is a 17-year-old film photographer working in Altanta, GA. He submitted his work to us last week and it was refreshingly raw and natural compared to the usual photoshop editorials we receive. Looking through his photos was like clicking through someone’s photo album –  point-and-shoot snapshots of friends, nights out – a glimpse into…


Annu Kilpeläinen

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 Annu Kilpeläinen’s art can be compared to a ray of sunlight hitting your dad’s favourite tropical shirt on a hot summer day. Bright, flat, and filled with colours, Annu paints cars, tulips and poolside landscapes.  We discovered her work through our long-time contributor Clay Hickson, who published her vehicle-inspired zine, Rally,…


Photo Diary: Justin Tyler Close

 Photographer Justin Tyler Close (Los Angeles) sent us the next chapter of his on-going travel journal, “Nowhere is Somewhere,“ which documents his long-distance relationship with fellow artist Jeanne Briand (Paris.) Like most long-distance relationships, their time is divided between being together and planning when to see each other next. Here we find the two in Palm Springs <3


Zine Preview: Tiny Strangers

“Sometimes life is all about not getting what you expected you would, so we made a zine about it.” Artists Rebecca Storm and Scott Parsons teamed up to make Tiny Strangers, a humorous compilation of baby mix-up news stories alongside mismatch candy still lifes. You can order it HERE.  Baby shock: Gran lifts lid on…


Slow Down and Sip – Gucchi Babe

- All measurements in millimetres. – Content has been snipped and sipped. – Please refrain from designing chairs. ~ Gucchi Babe Featuring: Ramzi Arjun Ram Srivatsa Lil Noid Vangelis Katsoulis A.R.T. Wilson / Andras Fox DJ Rashad D’eon Gucchi Babe Kane West D. Tiffany Beanie Man DJ Haus


A Conversation with STEVE JR

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 INTERVIEW BY SPENCER GILLEY PHOTOS BY CLAIRE MILBRATH Last month STEVE JR played a sold-out show in Montreal with their forefathers Cousins of Reggae and Tonstartssbandht. All three bands share a common thread in their amazing ability to explore everything that is possible with their seemingly straightforward two-man setup. Everyone is…


Monika Mogi X Masako Ogura

   PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 PHOTOS BY MONIKA MOGI STYLING BY MASAKO OGURA MODELS: KYOHEI, MIHO, SHIHO  CREDITS:  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. : Shiho and Miho wear blue and pink dress by Jacquemus. Kyohei wears  white jumpsuit – miho: jacquemus dress, kyohei, raf simons, kenzo jacket, chanel sunglasses 6. green shirt : vintage 7. 8. 9….


A Conversation with Bridget Moser

INTERVIEW BY LORETA LAMARGESEVISUALS COURTESY OF MERCER UNION I first became familiar with Bridget Moser’s performance art when I turned a corner at the AGO in 2013, entered a Group of Seven Gallery, and unexpectedly heard the instrumentals to Eminem and Dr. Dre’s “Forgot About Dre.” I found Bridget, dressed in a floral suit, at…


Shoot the Breeze: Ina Niehoff

German photographer Ina Niehoff shows a blunt aesthetic vision inspired by everyday objects. Her striking composition isolates common man-made objects and natural elements of her surroundings, creating visual sculptures out of nothing. Ina contributed to issue #11 in a six page spread featuring resting parasols, a lonely pack of crackers, a single cloud, etc.  See her…

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Behind the Fashion: Issue 12

A behind the scenes look at our upcoming fashion spread featuring photographer Fatine-Violette Sabiri, styling by Lu Philippe Guilmette Starring Noamane Video by Connor Brady

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A Conversation with Amen Dunes

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 INTERVIEW BY JOE MCMURRAY PHOTOS BY ANDREW VOLK A couple years ago my friend introduced me to Amen Dunes, the musical project (at least primarily) of  New-Yorker Damon McMahon. The first album I heard was called Through Donkey Jaw and I was immediately mystified. It’s dark, homemade-feeling, beautiful;  it seems to…

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Art & Poetry by Jason Harvey

PRINTED IN ISSUE 11 Art & concept by Jason Harvey, photos by Sonya Mandus MY STORE I have a great idea I am going to start a new great store everything is made ethically from locally sourced components we make literally any thing u can think of in creative loft space filled with vibrant young…

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Zine Preview: What’s life? just do it

pascale 93 presents    the book is called ‘What’s life? just do it’ and i would say that it is funny and sincere.   it consists of thoughts and stupid ideas i wrote in iphone at anytime of the day, anywhere, in any situations. I wrote most of it when i was travelling alone in…