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T.SQ Newsstand Newspaper by Juxtapoz Now Available

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In October, Juxtapoz set up the TSQ Newsstand – a new take on the iconic NY newsstand, designed by the artist Grotesk (Juxtapoz cover of issue 12/2009). It was located on Times Square and each day it featured surprise visits from some of the publication’s contributing artists and friends who acted as clerks. A project between Juxtapoz & Victory Journal. Now a limited edition of the T.SQ Magazine is sold via their store.

“The T.SQ Newsstand, created by Juxtapoz and Victory Journal, is a dedication to New York City and the transportive power of print media. The T.SQ Newsstand magazine is a limited edition collection featuring unique views of Times Square from photographers and artists like Daniel Arnold, Cheryl Dunn, Charlie Ahearn, Barbara Kruger and more. The T.SQ magazine was sold exclusively at the newsstand and is now available in our online shop until copies run out.”
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New Issue of apartamento Magazine, #016

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This is a special one, the new issue of apartamento, the everyday life interiors magazine. Feturing the article ‘Growing Up Judd’, an interview with Rainer and Flavin Judd about their father, the American artist Donald Judd, his Texan ranch Las Casas, and their childhoods between Texas, New York, and Europe. Loads of photos of Donald’s ranches around Marfa, Texas and his works. Also featuring an interview with artist and Printed Matter founder AA Bronson, who is currently living and working in Berlin.

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New Magazine: Solo Skate Mag

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Our friends have buried the most traditional and oldest skateboard mag of Germany — Monster Skateboard Magazine R.I.P. — as the publishing house was no longer willing to support this print project. Oli Tielsch, editor-in-chief and Oli Klobes, creative/art director of the magazine were sure about continuing with a real new skateboard mag, with love for skateboarding to the core and in German for the local scenes of the German-speaking regions.
They started their own adventure some weeks ago – SOLO Skate Mag – which is now online. They keep it simple: a fresh, stylish and solid skate mag from the inside of skateboarding. The printed issue will be inaugurated with a release event and small art show this Saturday in Cologne at SSZ Sued including the screening of Vans’ ‘Propeller’ video.

The JB. Institute will present the SOLO Mag launch event in Berlin next week. Stay tuned for more information following up in the next few days.

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Photography: New Issue of Romka Magazine

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Joscha, founder and publisher of Romka Magazine, just sent me the recent issue — #09. Again, it was about time for him to change the format of the mag. The concept remains the same, the various participants are sharing their personal stories behind a favorite photograph, one each. You can order a copy on their website, but the mag is available in every well selected magazine/book store around.
“Romka is a collective photo album in which people from all over the world share the stories behind their most cherished photographs.”
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Preview for Juxtapoz May 2015: Chris Ware

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Our fave magazine Juxtapoz is putting one of our favorite graphic illustrators/artists on their cover for the May 2015 issue: Chris Ware. How cool ist that?!

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Cleon Peterson in October’s Issue of Juxtapoz

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The artist Cleon Peterson who realized a couple of art prints with our friends from Draw A Line this year is featured in the October issue of Juxtapoz with an interview and his artwork on the cover.
“Most of the advertising we’re confronted with in the world says, “Buy into this because it’s good and will make your life better.” That’s not the function of my art. I want to present things that are cognitively dissonant, ideas that make the viewer have to think critically about the ethical, moral, and historical roles we all play in the world.”
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032c Summer Issue #26 / 2014

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Two brilliant cover designs of the ever winning 032c magazine.

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Desillusion Magazine — Now in Book Form

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The new issue of our fave publication Desillusion Magazine got released in book form. “To become immortal, and then die” — packed with 260 pages with the usual supply of high quality photo essays and stories. It’s been released early April and available through their online store.
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Cover Photo on MSM by Sergej Vutuc

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This beautiful shot by our friend Sergej Vutuc is gracing the current Skateboard MSM cover. It is an image of the Axel Cruysberghs photo copy zine about “modern skating and post socialism”.

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Kim Gordon With Body/Head on This Superb Cover of Huck Magazine

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Check out this unexcitedly brilliant cover of Huck Magazine No. 42 graced by Kim Gordon and Bill Nace aka Body/Head. When you’ve been kind of growing up with Kim, it’s always good to see her anywhere, especially after I missed her show in Berlin a few weeks ago.

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Photo Zine by Troy Holden

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Liking the new b/w photo zine Streetwalker by Troy Holden published by Hamburger Eyes.
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Desillusion Magazine #42: Prisoner of Pleasure

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The surf and skate focused magazine from France – Desillusion Magazine – is doing a great job again with their new issue. Here are some previews (lifted from their site)
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Miss Read Berlin 2013

We are on Miss Read this week. It’s a nice art book and zine fair happening in the same rooms as abc in Berlin. We are going to share a stall with Sergej Vutuc, who we are also representing as he will be out in London taking care of his exhibition at Wayward Gallery. He has a whole lot of different zines and other art stuff.

Visit us from Friday till Sunday (20.-22.09.) and check our new zines, JB. Paper #01 and #02Shelter and (BOUND). We will also have a bunch of copies of the State Of Now issue as well as our brand new T-Shirts, JUST GIVE UP.

Would be nice to see you!

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The Gentlewoman, New Issue

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I am totally not interested in men or women magazines, unless they talk to you with self-evidence and avoid role-play. The Gentlewoman is such a magazine. If it’s the paper or their website, both presences are very excellent. As Miranda July put it: “Aspirational and luxurious, yet not misogynist. It can be done.” These images are from the current issue.
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Juxtapoz, Tom Waits Issue

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Holy Juxtapoz! What an amazing magazine cover this is. Can it get any better than this? The paragon of radness Tom Waits in conversation with John Baldessari. Plus a special of Anton Corbijn, 34 years of photographing Tom Waits (they released a photo book earlier this year).

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Book by Jeremy Leslie, MagCulture

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JB. pal/supporter and magazine “professor” Jeremy from MagCulture is finally releasing his new book with Laurence King Publishing. Jam-packed with… ehm, magazines of course: The Modern Magazine: Visual Journalism in the Digital Era. Description and preview spreads on the publishers’ website.

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Acid — A Magazine About More Than Just Surfing

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Acid is a magazine about the world of surfing and is coming from Barcelona. It’s new and looks fresh. Published by 1980 Editions. Nice!
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Juxtapoz — Special Beastie Boys Issue, June ’13

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This is going to be a damn hot issue of Juxtapoz: “We speak to Cey Adams, Haze, Arabella Field, World B Omes, Glen E Friedman, Ricky Powell, Todd James, Mike Mills, Matteo Pericoli, Bill McMullen, Bruce Davidson, Alex Grey, Kiino Villand, Sunny Bak… and, we interview Adrock of the Beastie Boys as he gave us the inside story and behind-the-scenes look at how each album cover was selected, from inside the band.”

MCA R.I.P.
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New Issue of HUCK: Dave Eggers

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HUCK Magazine – home of the Radical Culture, hailing from the Church of London – is our hotly favoured magazine. New issue coming up featuring the American writer, editor, and publisher Dave Eggers. Nice follow-up to the awesome Gonz issue last month.
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New Magazine: Printed Pages

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Great news from London, the amazing folks of It’s Nice That have launched a new magazine: “a new format, a new editorial approach and first and foremost a new name – everyone here is proud and excited to introduce you to Printed Pages.” It is a step in a new direction by actually doing the same things as before, celebrating their passion for print. They wanted this magazine to differentiate it more from the INT website. Looking really good!
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New Stüssy Biannual Magazine

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During last week, March 29th to be precise, Stussy released their first printed biannual, a customer magazine to present the Stussy Tribe stories and all collections. Looking pretty damn good!

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Massimo Vitali in Brazil

This is part of an excellent and recently published series of photographs called “Brazil Through the Lens of Massimo Vitali”. Over the course of three weeks, Italian photographer Massimo Vitali turned his camera on Brazil, on places where people gather. That’s what Vitali usually does, this time for the NY Times Sunday Magazine.
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Mark Gonzales in Huck Magazine

Nice portrait series by Will Robson Scott starring the one and only Mark Gonzales for the feature in recent Huck Magazine.
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Andy Rementer: She’s Taking Everything

The lovely comic by Andy Rementer in the recent apartamento magazine can now be found in full online on his portfolio (pics lifted from there). Andy is an awesome illustrator from the US and “divides his time between drawing, cartooning, painting and animating”. Also check his very cool title illustration for the New York Mag, the Best of New York 2013 issue.
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Anikibo — A Peer-To-Peer Marketplace for Independent Magazines

We are on Anikibo now! “Anikibo is the first peer-to-peer online marketplace specifically for independent publishers making, creating and publishing beautiful physical magazines, zines & comics.”
Run by Deborah Causton, it is a great service that launche about a week ago and JB. issues #01 (the last few copies) and #02 are available here. This is the crucial thing: all over the globe, thanks to the internet! Go and order, hit the button and your personal copy is on the way home to you. Yeah!
Foolow them on Twitter.

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