How Feminist Zine Culture Has Evolved
From Riot Grrrl to a more inclusive and high aesthetic present, a new exhibition shows the changing faces of a century of independent print.
A Goodbye to 'NME''s Print Edition, Which Shaped Generations of Music Fans
Divisive and flawed it may have been, but it was also utterly inspirational for a generation of rock fans stuck between the traditional music press and the innovations of the internet.
Celebrating 400 Issues of The Wire, a Music Magazine Built on Independence
We spoke to writers and editors involved in the making of music's most discerning and open-minded publication.
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE
Library of Printed Web
Paul Soulellis makes art out of the internet.
Buffalo Zine Makes Fancy Print Mags Funny Again
The latest issue of the print publication features seven unique covers that send up hokey fashion magazines of yesteryear – as well as a photo of a guy smoking weed out of a Miu Miu shoe.
'Office' Magazine Is Full of Art, Fashion, and Magic City Strippers
"It doesn't matter whether you like it or not, just as long as you can't help having an opinion about it... That's 'Office.'"
What Some of the World's Biggest 'Playboy' Collectors Think of Its Nudity-Free Rebrand
The magazine's decision to move away from full nudity made headlines and resulted in a spat between Hugh Hefner's son and the company he founded. But what do the magazine's biggest fans think?
'Chomp' Magazine Offers a Queer Look at Japanese Street Culture
Like the famous gay magazine Butt, Chomp places erotic photographs of skater dudes alongside personal profiles and interviews.
This Huge Archive of Old Rave Zines Is Your Every Dream Come True
The Rave Archive does exactly what it says on the tin. Which is a very good thing indeed.
The Story of the Greatest Dance Magazine You Probably Never Read
We look back at Jockey Slut, the Manchester magazine that was proof that writing about club culture could be as fun as experience it firsthand.
The Story of Jockey Slut, the Greatest Dance Magazine You Probably Never Read
We look back at the Manchester magazine that was proof that writing about club culture could be as fun as experience it firsthand.
Despite being founded by two kids with artistic families, 'ALL-IN' isn't just a vanity project.
Despite being founded by two kids with artistic families, ALL-IN isn't just a vanity project. The first issue features Willem Dafoe, John Waters, Chris Kraus, and is definitely worth spending a week's worth of lunch money on.