If you are in constant search of inspiration like me, then you better check out what Luis Venegas has up his sleeve! The master of three well edited independent magazines, which deals with all topics that a magazine should contain. His aesthetics has a somewhat autodidact approach that makes them spontaneous and fresh. I even adore how Venegas dwell on the past and predict the future. You will find the Grand Masters and the fresh creatives here!
Make sure to wait at the door of Smoke Shop in on Lafayette and Spring street, or other carefully selected distributors, the day his magazines hits the store floor as they are limited edition and hard to get!
|Scroll thorugh this magazine to find a Luis Venegas still life - My favorite 137 things|
|A humble interview with the creative trefoil Jack Pierson, Ryan McGinley and David Armstrong|
|A painterly capture by Jordi Labanda of rare painter Alex Katz|
|A desirable display of Irving Penn books|
|A polaroid from the infamous Helmut Lang campaigns from the early 90`s featuring the androgyneous model Stella Tennant, juxtaposed with the physiognomy of a classic Greek sculpture. Beautifully captured by Wolfgang Tillmans.|
|A dreamy capture by Tim Walker.|
|From the pages of Candy Magazine you may find a display of breathtaking illustrations by fashions very own favorite artist Julie Verhoeven.|
|Beautiful series of Christian Lacroix Haute Couture worn by boys as captured here by Karim Sadli.|
|Men posing like women, here in the shape of the designer duo Viktor and Rolf.|
|A celebration of gender, gay and everything queer, like this suggestive piece on Quentin Crisp perpetuated by Herb Ritts.|
|The androgyny of actress captured by Herb Rittz Hilary Swank in the aftermath of her Oscar winning role in Boy`S don`t Cry.|
|Vulnerable yet optimistic interviews on male models in the starting pit of their careers.|
|Iamges of carefree youth.|
|New Face posing in Hammerthor by Comme des Garcon briefs.|