Give this guy some plastic bags, aluminum ducting hose, and a pair of fluorescent leg warmers, and he'll give you a dreamscape.
The zine seeks to satiate our fascination with real-life murders without resorting to sensationalism.
"There's so much Springfield-related creativity happening right now—it's just that none of it is coming from the show's creators."
The Khidr Collective wants to create a space for Muslims to be themselves.
We talk to Hannah Sawtell, the latest guest editor, about turning a print magazine into sound.
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.
We spoke to the editors about the most recent issue, which involved sending artists on field trips.
"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.'"
The analogue photography-only magazine is for anyone who sees the gap between high fashion and everyday life as indecipherable.
A sense of mischief runs through its pages, whether in the form of erotic stills from long-lost gay movies, the platforming of marginalized filmmakers, or the rebellious act of challenging cinema's heteronormative status quo.
Like the famous gay magazine Butt, Chomp places erotic photographs of dudes (but also skaters) alongside personal profiles and interviews.
A conversation with its creator about the progress of representation and the dubious classifications around outsider art.