Itineraires d’une Cuisine Contemporaine: Something like the movie The Trip, if The Trip had been directed by Yannick Alleno, was mostly in french, and expressly emphasised modern print design.

Itineraires d’une Cuisine Contemporaine: Something like the movie The Trip, if The Trip had been directed by Yannick Alleno, was mostly in french, and expressly emphasised modern print design.

Document #5:” What does it mean to be an artist in the 21st century? What does anything mean now if nothing means anything at all? Does nothing mean anything at all? How can anything mean something as reflection without being? Is it possible to become reflection without being?”
Anniversary issue tackles a couple things.

Document #5:” What does it mean to be an artist in the 21st century? What does anything mean now if nothing means anything at all? Does nothing mean anything at all? How can anything mean something as reflection without being? Is it possible to become reflection without being?”

Anniversary issue tackles a couple things.

Limited edition cover of MASS APPEAL issue 55 in exclusively to McJack. Cover story on gun violence in Kingston, Jamaica, and the “don” culture. Moving reportage.

Limited edition cover of MASS APPEAL issue 55 in exclusively to McJack. Cover story on gun violence in Kingston, Jamaica, and the “don” culture. Moving reportage.

There’s an old R.E.M. song with lyrics:



"I remember redwood trees, bumper cars and wolverines
The ocean’s Trident submarines
Lemons, limes and tangerines
I remember this.”



"I remember traffic jams
Motor boys and girls with tans
Nearly was 
And almost rans
I remember this”



I remember POP magazine, twisted, quirky, pseudo sexy, nudo, conceptu-a thinka, randomy inserts, limited editions. (Been told to Grimes, so I’m Grimes-ing…)

There’s an old R.E.M. song with lyrics:


"I remember redwood trees, bumper cars and wolverines

The ocean’s Trident submarines

Lemons, limes and tangerines

I remember this.”


"I remember traffic jams

Motor boys and girls with tans

Nearly was

And almost rans

I remember this”


I remember POP magazine, twisted, quirky, pseudo sexy, nudo, conceptu-a thinka, randomy inserts, limited editions. (Been told to Grimes, so I’m Grimes-ing…)

Not Today is vibrantly awake to both what is beautiful and its own objective beauty.. ”A Space Between Life and Art”. This is one to spend some time with. 
Remember the summer for the summer will not remember.

Not Today is vibrantly awake to both what is beautiful and its own objective beauty.A Space Between Life and Art”. This is one to spend some time with. 

Remember the summer for the summer will not remember.

Human Being Journal #5. Just So Cool …

Human Being Journal #5. Just So Cool …

Of all the journals it has been our pleasure to present to our clientele over the years, GRATUITOUS TYPE, this beautifully conceived "pamphlet of typographic smut", is one I am most honored to have brought in. (No. 4 has a lovely embossed card in its centerfold from Gillis Printing Company in Belgium and Letterproeftuin at KK Outlet in London.)

Of all the journals it has been our pleasure to present to our clientele over the years, GRATUITOUS TYPE, this beautifully conceived "pamphlet of typographic smut", is one I am most honored to have brought in. (No. 4 has a lovely embossed card in its centerfold from Gillis Printing Company in Belgium and Letterproeftuin at KK Outlet in London.)

WAX POETICS, Issue 59, “Aaliyah”. (Not forgotten.)

WAX POETICS, Issue 59, “Aaliyah”. (Not forgotten.)

"There are a few reasons why I am into the fog and the strobe."

"There are a few reasons why I am into the fog and the strobe."

I love APOGEE, a gorgeously produced literary mag, and admire its mission, engaged "with issues of identity politics: race, gender, sexuality, class, and hyphenated identities…Our goal is to publish exciting work that interrogates the status quo, providing a platform for unheard voices, including emerging writers of color."
“Apogee” denotes the point in an object’s orbit that is farthest from the center…..

I love APOGEE, a gorgeously produced literary mag, and admire its mission, engaged "with issues of identity politics: race, gender, sexuality, class, and hyphenated identities…Our goal is to publish exciting work that interrogates the status quo, providing a platform for unheard voices, including emerging writers of color."

“Apogee” denotes the point in an object’s orbit that is farthest from the center…..