Interview with Remy Fox

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 INTERVIEW & PHOTOS BY JUNE CANEDO STYLING BY TESS HERBERT June Canedo speaks to two of her favorite first-generation women on life-choices, immigrant parents, self-love, and freedom on the internet. Remy Fox was born and raised in Los Angeles, Slayrizz in New York. Both women are taking to the internet to…

CFCF’s Marigold Mix

Today we stream the newest video & track, “Marigold Mix,” from Montreal music maven CFCF. The video consists mainly of stationary cam footage of a snowy Montreal road, letting “the world do all the talking.” It’s a familiar sight for anyone living in Montreal, made immediately sentimental by the emotional density of the music, which is sweetly…

Vaquera F/W 2018

Clara Hirsch covers Vaquera’s Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear show at Ukrainian National Home.

Roscoe: A Brief & Imprecise History of Beefcakes

  TEXT BY CLAIRE MILBRATH PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 Staring up at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, there are swarms of male bodies: bulging, complicated, exaggerated muscle. We find chiseled hands gripping rippling biceps, or floating bubble butts thrusting into the faces of other men. Michelangelo’s homoerotic dream would help form our notion of…

Revolutionary Love: 10 Films for Valentine’s Day

  To commemorate Valentine’s Day, and the act of loving, we share with you a list of our top ten films about revolutionary love—transformative, against-all-odds, empowering love. Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974) – Rainer Werner Fassbinder This film follows the blossoming of a romantic relationship between an older white woman and a recent Arab immigrant….

Sophie D’Ansembourg

I found Sophie D’Ansembourg’s paintings online and fell in love with her naive flower still lifes. Her work reminds me of all the reasons I love painting—they are beautiful, free, and sincere. I asked Sophie some questions about her life and practice. – CM PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17     As a child I used…

Artificial Intimacy: Revisiting Cherry 2000

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 ESSAY BY TAYLORE SCARABELLI ART BY LOUISA GAGLIARDI The 1987 sci-fi flop Cherry 2000 follows Sam Treadwell—a recycling-plant worker with a penchant for post-human women—on an epic journey through a lawless desert zone. He’s on a mission to find a replacement for Cherry, a fembot who, up until a traumatic household…

A Story by Michael the III

We first published Michael Rinaldi’s erotic illustrations in issue 12. Now the Montreal artist and icon returns with his alter ego, Michael the III, in this short story all about missing the party. Published in issue 17. Don’t be so dramatic, of course I’m still coming, I just want to know what everyone’s outfits look…

Lil Lonely Mix ~ DJ Young Kiera

Sit back with a cup of warm joe and tune into our latest mix from DJ Young Kiera. An eclectic mix of classical, ambient, and doo-wop perfect for one on one time with yourself. Picture by Christine Lai. 

Pascale Project’s Dancing on the Highway

We’re excited to premiere “Dancing on the Highway,” the latest track & video from Montreal’s Pascale Project since her last album Just Feel Good For A Moment. Emotional eletro-pop, “Dancing on the Highway” is like the music we listen to when newly single, a touch bleak but motivational. It’s the soundtrack to your determined two-step late night early morning at…

Women’s History Museum: OTMA’S Body

    Photos by Lance Brewer Photos  courtesy of the artist and Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York Text by Olivia Whittick   Since 2014, Women’s History Museum has been putting together ardent and avant-garde exhibitions and performances, developing projects that use garments and textiles to map an expressionistic history of the feminized experience. Their presentations…

Tei Shi by Jill Schweber

Tei Shi, who also answers to Valerie Teicher, is photographed here on her block in Chinatown, New York City. Born in Bueno Aires, and growing up in Bogotá and Vancouver before ending up in NYC, Tei Shi is no stranger to adaptation. 

Interview with Kari Cholnoky

Kari Cholnoky’s paintings feel toxic and synthetic, yet visceral and sensual…

In the Stars with Kiera: 2018 New Year

Contributing editor and staff Mum Kiera McNally  forecasts what’s coming for you in 2018!

A Week in Tattoo Art: @house_of_ruin

By no means experts in the ancient tradition of tattooage, we have never-the-less selected some of our favorite artists working with the medium at the moment. This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification. Check back daily to see tattoo and flash…

A Week in Tattoo Art: @charlinebataille

By no means experts in the ancient tradition of tattooage, we have never-the-less selected some of our favorite artists working with the medium at the moment. This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification. Check back daily to see tattoo and flash…

A Week in Tattoo Art: @__dispencer__

By no means experts in the ancient tradition of tattooage, we have never-the-less selected some of our favorite artists working with the medium at the moment. This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification. Check back daily to see tattoo and flash…

A Week in Tattoo Art: @dirtyl00ks

This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification.