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03.06.15 Karen Gardiner

Ten years ago at a sports bar in the East Village, Rachel Aimee, Rebecca Lynn and Raven Strega threw a party to raise funds for their brand new magazine, $pread. Despite none of them having any prior experience in publishing they launched $pread’s first issue on March 15, 2005. The magazine contained a feature on […]

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12.01.14 Bucky Turco

Old people organization AARP has a print magazine and just released its special October/November Health Issue that boasts an article with comedian and alleged rapist Bill Cosby. The cover lines read: “Bill Cosby – Still making us laugh.” Inside, there’s a fluff piece on him with a collage of vintage Cosby photos. UPDATE: According to […]

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08.22.13 Bucky Turco

Issue 9 of artsy culture magazine King Brown is out and it’s dope. It features interviews with the likes of Dabs & Myla, Ed Templeton, NYCHOS, Ghostpatrol, HuskMitNavn, Unga (Broken Fingaz crew), Numskull, Vans the Omega, and Ozzie Wright, among others. One of my favorite staples of the limited edition mag that was founded by […]

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08.06.13 Marina Galperina

Not to be outdone by MoMA’s new MoMA Teens Tumblr, other art publications are making attempts at appealing to “niche” markets as well. Photoshop is fun! […]

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04.24.12 Marina Galperina

If 1950’s Man’s Life vintage rags of cartoon pin-up gals battling Nazis and being toplessly rescued by manly men brought you amusement, behold: Girl Watcher magazine. A gem (of sorts) of American culture, it’s a silly skeevy fetishy voyeur periodical… or something. Obviously, it’s all coy and tongue-in-cheek and the curvy, giggly damsels are pertty, but damn […]

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02.23.12 Marina Galperina

Do you look at contemporary men’s magazine covers and think, “So, the girl’s fit and only wearing panties, but why?” Then these vintage Man’s Life rags are just right for you. The narrative! (“I Wouldn’t Marry a Virgin”) The adventure! The politically incorrect filler! And, naturally, pulp pin-up babes fighting Nazis with their cleavage and writhing in desperate need of masculine […]

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11.10.11 Tabatha McGurr

While most guys are content with confining their erotic viewing desires to plain ol’ PornHub, there’s a whole new generation of kids among us looking for something a little more specific. Sure, there are always sites like Suicide Girls for the tattoo/goth/punk/bizarro types, but what if you’re just searching for a chick with huge tits […]

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09.22.11 Tabatha McGurr

Fashion industry favorite Sasha Pivovarova is featured in this blasé editorial shot by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott for the current issue of Vogue Paris. Lounging about the various sets, the supermodel does what she’s best at – showing off her petite Russian rack and smoking excessively. There are rumors going around about some of her […]

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09.21.11 Tabatha McGurr

For the second issue of LoveCat magazine, photogtapher Pierre Dal Corso follows models Joyce V and Hannah H on their exhibitionist escapades along a secluded strip of road. Cast in black and white, we see the fur and feather-clad pair pull down their tops and lift up their dresses,  flashing themselves before luxury cars like privileged street-walkers […]

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09.20.11 Marina Galperina

The wait is over, pervs. Dasha Zhukova’s brilliant PR-scheme has come to its crescendo with the release of the first issue of her new fashion-art glossy Garage, featuring a controversial crotch tattooed with a Damien Hirst butterfly. Someone peeled off that Andy Warhol-esque sticker and scanned the goods. Very NSFW, obviously. […]

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