A behind-the-scenes look at 10 years of Ryan McGinley’s photography. The Ryan McGinley Purple Book is available with the latest issue of Purple FASHION Magazine (Issue 19).
A tribute to the MAD magazine founder.
Jefferson Hack tells his story. Respect.
“The first time I meet JA, he skates up to me wearing Rollerblades, his cap played backward, on a street corner in Mahattan at around midnight.”
Just in case you don’t have a couple hours to spare today clicking through the 2013 SI Swimsuit issue, we’ve selected some of the best shots. Go analog though, and pick up the magazine at newsstands now.
Made way back in 1999 by Andrew Jeffrey Wright and Clare Rojas
Russell Tyrone Jones (November 15, 1968 – November 13, 2004)
The size of the recently completed Barry McGee mural that was commissioned by Vanity Fair, in partnership with Cadillac, the Mark Morris Dance Group, and BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) as part of their Art In The Streets 2012 initiative. You have to see this bad boy in person.
For the 20th Anniversary of Purple, the magazine reproduced a pocket-size zine of Richard Prince’s 2009 hardcover about a secret artist/model relationship between Franz Kline and Bettie Page.
You can get this zine when you buy Purple’s 20th anniversary issue.
Probably one of the few times I’ll ever show the public my dirty mug. Shout-out to friends Michael Williams, Marcus Troy, and John Tinseth who were also in the shoot, as well as Peter Kaplan for creating it all.
Go buy a copy, it’s on newsstands now.