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feminism

How to Be a Woman, According to 1960s Women's Magazines

First step: Douche.
Caroline Thompson
4.30.18
Features

Honey Dijon Is Not Here for All You Bros

"It can’t all just be: let’s do some pills and get some gak and go to a party and try and shag girls."
Sirin Kale
7.18.17
Art

A Paper-Made Motorcycle Is Revving Printed Media's Exhausted Engines

Sourcing images from magazines and almanacs, Chris Jones compiles hundreds of images to recreate quotidian objects entirely out of printed paper.
Andrew Nunes
11.28.16
Fashion

An Artist Re-Edited Cosmo with the Entire Text of 'Mein Kampf'

Hitler’s manifesto and women's fashion magazines have quite a bit in common, at least according to Alvaro Carmona.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
11.21.16
Ink Spots

'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.
Amelia Abraham
11.12.16
Art

An A.I. Curated a Magazine Using Image Recognition Technology

The A.I. known as EyeEm Vision reveals “the best, the hidden, the unseen” in the EyeEm photographic community.
DJ Pangburn
11.5.16
Ink Spots

'Headmaster' Is a Magazine for Men Who Love Men and Art

We spoke to the editors about the most recent issue, which involved sending artists on field trips.
Jo Rosenthal
10.23.16
Stuff

Why Teen Magazines Have Gone Queer

Editors are making efforts to include LGBTQ diversity in their pages and websites in an age where fewer readers are heterosexual than ever before.
Melissa Kravitz
9.29.16
Ink Spots

'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.'"
Amelia Abraham
9.24.16
Art

Enter a Living Embodiment of a Poetry Magazine

Experience poetry made space at Postprint Gallery's ‘Expensive Poetry’ conceptual live magazine launch.
Lorelei Ramirez
8.18.16
Ink Spots

Queer Cinema Zine 'Little Joe' Is Erotic, Rebellious, and Inspirational

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.
Amelia Abraham
2.16.16
Stuff

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?
Dana Schwartz
2.14.16
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