Suck My Dick, New Yorker


If every entry in the the New Yorker caption contest was about sucking dick.



Visionaire #63 is made out of stainless steel and aluminum



The price you can pay to become a partial owner of High Times magazine

The Humunga Cowabunga From Down Unda

Ten Years of Monster Children Magazine

Let’s Panic

A look through the first issue of the biannual magazine founded by Greg Kadel and Aaron Ward.

Skills Magazine #6


Originally printed in 1994 and available in very limited supply.



The Very Nearly Almost issue 23 launch party at the Reed Annex, featuring limited edition silkscreened covers by Faile.

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The Water Issue

Victory Journal is one of our favorite magazines, and we were excited to get our hands on the new issue. “The Water Issue” offers diverse visions of the sporting life aquatic, including Jamie Brisick’s wonderfully personal profile of one-eyed surfing visionary Derek Hynd; Mickey Duzyj’s illustrated history of Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez’s perilous escape from Castro’s Cuba to his ultimate triumph with the New York Yankees; Chadwick Tyler’s arresting nudes in Florida’s wild marshlands; Anthony Blasko’s tight-cropped portfolio of cliffdivers frozen against the Boston sky; and Kanoa Zimmerman’s undersea black and whites.

Paper Weight


Paper Weight is a new exhibition at Munich’s Haus der Kunst that focuses on 15 international independent magazines, including 032c, Apartamento, Bidoun, BUTT, Candy, Encens and Sang Bleu. Curated by Felix Burrichter, the editor and creative director of PIN-UP, each publication is represented as a collection of oversize, walk-through spreads.


Jim Goldberg & Barry McGee collaborate on a set of images for Vice’s annual Photo Issue

The Summer Issue


New York has The Newsstand, but now L.A. has its own pop-up newsstand at Greene Gallery in Culver City. Summer Issues Cooperative is a two-week exhibition that features current and archival art magazines from more than 20 international publishers. The best news? All the magazines are free.

The Anatomy of a New Yorker Cartoon

1000 cartoons are submitted each week, only 17 or so are selected. Cartoon editor Bob Mankoff dissects.

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