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10.30.09 Bucky Turco

How do you save the magazine industry? Well, you can’t, but publishing more photo shoots like the one Daria Werbowy did for Vogue Nippon certainly won’t hurt any. It could help the wheat industry though. We assembled some samples above, but see the rest of NSFW crop shots over at Mob. |MobLiving| […]

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10.26.09 Bucky Turco

Although he wasn’t allowed to scribble on the cover like he did for Jalousse, i-D, and Complex, French Vogue did ask KAWS to add his illustrative style to a few pages of a fashion editorial shot by house photographer Mario Sorrenti. The horribly named “Graffi-Couture” photo shoot features emaciated models standing in front of, well, […]

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10.20.09 Bucky Turco

Brianna Domont posed naked for Jacques magazine back in July, but now she’s suddenly stricken with a case of stage fright, it seems. One of her lawyers sent us a strongly-worded email demanding that photos we re-published from the Jacque shoot be removed. According to the artsy erotic mag’s EIC, Danielle Luft, Ms. Domont’s lawyers […]

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10.13.09 Cajun Boy

Oh my! The new issue of GQ features a great profile of Mad Men‘s January Jones, accompanied by some smoldering shots of the actress who plays disillusioned housewife Betty Draper taken by Terry Richardson. In the interview Jones expresses her love for drinking, football and Chili’s skillet queso dip (Just like me!), and tells how […]

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Copyranter

Are bloggers maggots? Do bunnies covered in blood turn you on? When (if?) zombies take dumps, do they use toilet paper, or even bother with toilets (I wanna know if they get IBS.)? Chronic’Art, “The tuned-in culture magazine,” via agency DraftFCB in Paris, apparently has the answers to all these questions and more. As an […]

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10.07.09 Bucky Turco

Swindle, billed as “the definitive pop culture and lifestyle publication” has folded according to a source in the industry. The artsy bi-monthly was founded in 2004 by Roger Gastman and Shepard Fairey. The duo reportedly had a falling out in 2007. Fairey, the money man, left after issue 15, leaving Gastman to run the magazine into […]

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09.11.09 Bucky Turco

50 Cent just released a new track that goes at Jay-Z called “Flight 187,” but instead of focusing on the beef, he’d rather discuss the publicity that his fellow rap mogul generates, especially when it comes to a certain Hip Hop magazine. “Did you see the new XXL?” Fitty asks. “There’s about 40 pages of […]

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09.09.09 Will Sherman

After putting 56 issues in print, Visionaire is finally going digital, but you won’t find it online. Continuing it’s expensive and limited edition tradition, the art and fashion magazine’s 57th issue, “2010,” is a plug-in high definition display that doubles as a daily calendar of art. Produced in collaboration with Smart Car, the $300 electricity-hungry […]

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09.02.09 Bucky Turco

Catholics will find this cover for Klassik magazine either creatively fascinating or shockingly blasphemous. |Klassik| […]

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Will Sherman

For their big relaunch as a more art-inclusive fashion mag, Pop employed Damien Hirst to design a couple covers, again rehashing his butterfly wing mosaics and polka dot prints. The fall issue, also featuring 13-year-old internet-famous fashion blogger Tavi Williams, is a first for new editor-in-chief Dasha Zhukova, who is psyched to be “showcasing and […]

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