Right in time for spring, don’t sleep on this issue. With tombstone engraver Roman on the cover, and 90+ pages of bonkers fun. Writer Eileen Myles gets off on poetry with Brontez Purnell. Sex professional Sharok details his passion for pigeons, politics and porn. Wolfgang Tillmans drops by hitmaker LSDXOXO’s flat for a quicky. Daisuke Nakashima photographs men in Tokyo. And so much more. BUTT 32 is available now in shops and online.
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10.24 x 12.8 x 1 IN, 60 pages, Hardcover, Language: English, Made in Italy.
Published by KALEIDOSCOPE, edited by Alessio Ascari, and designed by Swiss-based art direction firm Kasper-Florio, “Erik Brunetti: Oval Parody” is a new artist book published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same title at Spazio Maiocchi, Milan.
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12 x 9 x 1 IN, 324 pages, Softcover, Language: English, Made in Italy. Zine and Poster included.
KALEIDOSCOPE's new issue 41 (Fall/Winter 2022) launches with a set of six covers, and a revamped look.
This issue comes with a zine dedicated to BIO/VERSE, a collaborative project between Perks and Mini (PAM), PUMA, and the DEEP BioData Platform, which expands on the biodiversity of the wild and vulnerable ecosystem of the Western Brazilian Amazon.
KALEIDOSCOPE is a biannual “almanac of contemporary aesthetics,” the meeting place for a global community of creative minds, drawn by an audacious art direction and contributions from visionary artists, writers and image-makers.
The magazine’s experimental approach also expands to our creative projects in print, online and live—as is best exemplified by the programming of Spazio Maiocchi, our home and exhibition space in Milan, and our annual festival MANIFESTO in Paris.
The sudden return of your favorite fag mag continues with an arousing 31st issue. Across 100+ pink pages, an exciting group of contemporary queens celebrates their definition of freedom big and small.
10.25 x 14.65 IN, 160 pages, Softcover, Language: Japanese and English, Made in Japan. Zine included.
The theme for this issue is “Body Presence”. Our ability to travel and move around freely has been severely limited over the past couple of years, and we have fallen into habits of placing a multitude of parts from our everyday lives onto the internet and virtual spaces.
One of the issue's features titled, “Body Moving”, conducts interviews with Mike Ableson (POSTALCO / Designer), Jony Ive (Product Designer), Junya Noguchi (Kukangendai / Musician), Johanna Jackson (Artist), and more, all of whom consider the presence of the human body in their work.
This experimental project will cover a wide range of arts, crafts and cultures, inclusive to all ages, genders and nationalities, featuring both Japanese and international contributors.