Volume 18 Τεύχος 5

  • Dealer's Delight

    Photos by Maggie Lee,Stylist: Annette Lamothe-Ramos

  • Records

    TEARIST Living: 2009–Present Tearist remind me of that scene in Mad Men where the pretty girl gives Don Draper an old-timey BJ in the car, and he thinks to himself, “She wants me to know her. The problem is that I already do.”

  • Allahu Akbar in a Parking Lot

    On April 9 I stood in the parking lot of a Paris gas station and watched some 40 fundamentalist Muslims pray toward Mecca and chant “Allahu Akbar!”, scaring the piss out of holidaying motorists.

  • Literary

    Ari Marcopoulos is the godfather of Xeroxed photozines. This is not a backhanded compliment. When you consider the amount of quality work Ari has put out over the years, you’ll see what we mean.

  • Patrick Kyle

  • 100th Issue, 100 Girls

    PHOTOS BY: BEN RAYNER, CHUS ANTON, PER ENGLUNDSTYLIST: SAM VOULTERS

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  • Put It in Your Mouth

    PHOTOS BY BEN RITTER, STYLIST: ANNETTE LAMOTHE-RAMOS

  • We Analyzed Keith Morris’s Dreadlock

    They say eyes are the windows to the soul, in which case your hair is what? The roof? Like a roof, your hair is important but something that most of us hardly ever think about beyond its outward appearance. If you don’t take care of it, it will...

  • Employees of the Month

    GUIDO GAZZILLI A sweet and lovable 27-year-old rapscallion, Guido Gazzilli is a photographer who was born in Rome. His friends call him Guidini, because a) it sounds cute and b) it distinguishes him from all the orange-skinned, steroid...

  • Velocity Boys

    British pop history is littered with strange people who’ve spent their lives punching above their weight. These are the characters who exploit the pressure-cooker music-biz landscape to turn the temperature knob up to whatever the temperature of...

  • Too Many Tunisians, Not Enough Toilets

    Lampedusa is Italy’s southernmost island. It’s so far south, in fact, that it is closer to Tunisia (70 miles) than Sicily (130 miles), and latitudinally it is actually lower than Tunis and Algiers. The island itself is tiny, with a...

  • Tough Questions

    As you can see here, Donald Weber captures painfully intimate photos. His photography has won him all sorts of fancy honors (for starters, a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Lange-Taylor documentary prize), and it makes perfect sense that some of his best...