Volume 18 Issue 5
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.
In the first weeks of February, following the ousting of Tunisian president Zine-El Abidine Ben Ali, more than 4,000 North African immigrants fled across the Mediterranean Sea and pulled ashore on the idyllic isle
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.