‘Sup Magazine is the latest publication to reach the desk of mine. It’s a lovely music magazine filled with some really amazing interviews and photography. I like the offbeat design this magazine is going for with a constant font on all left-hand pages and a different font on all right-hand pages (never seen that in a magazine before). The paper also just feels right in your hands. In issue #20 they’ve got interviews with: Boy 8-Bit, The xx and Moss. If really don’t feel like purchasing the magazine (which I advise is the wrong decision) you can view every single one of the interviews online!
Exit Wounds by Rutu Modan is one of the most compelling graphic novels I’ve ever read. The line work is simple, yet the story is intriguing. I highly recommend adding Exit Wounds to your comic book library.
“Deadphotographers is an ongoing project which, through the power of editing alone will attempt to prove the concept: “Everyone has a good photograph in them whether they know it or not”. Photographs taken by presumably Dead Photographers.” This project is curated by James Dodd (on flickr). Also check out the site it should be up soon.
For my last post, I’d like to post the first video interview we did at MOSSLESS which we did with Sean Vegezzi. — Sean Vegezzi has been exploring the subways of New York since he was 12 years old, and has walked every line there is. In the video we show some unpublished photographs, and he takes us to one of his favourite spots in the city.
I had the opportunity to interview Dame Darcy for my magazine a few months ago, and I found her to be an extremely passionate and talented artist. Author of Meatcake, doll maker, musician and actress, her work combines a mix of goth, fantasy and, in her own words, “hillbilly rococo”. I think she’s amazing.