ART, Night & Day

Nobuyoshi Araki’s Love on the Left Eye, Little Big Man Gallery, Los Angeles

“What if I took a photo of everything I’ve ever experienced?” — Nobuyoshi Araki Japan’s most infamous photographer has a very special opening in Los Angeles. “LOVE ON THE LEFT EYE”, which refers to Ed van der Elsken’s 1956 phonebook “Love on the Left Bank” a ...

ART, EXCLUSIVE, Night & Day, Open Roads/Open Minds

“THE MUSIC WAS MEARLY THE MACHINE GUN TO BACK UP THE WORDS.” LYDIA LUNCH AND THURSTON MOORE AT THE KEROUAC SCHOOL

“What prophecy actually is is not that you actually know that the bomb will fall in 1942. It’s that you know and feel something that somebody knows and feels in a hundred years. And maybe articulate it in a hint—a concrete way that ...

EDITORIAL

Eyes in All Heads Part 1. Choosing A Leica.

“To photograph: it is to put on the same line of sight the head, the eye and the heart.” — Henri Cartier-Bresson I am starting to see very, very clearly – and sight is the biggest part of it isn’t it; taking a photograph. ...

EDITORIAL, EXCLUSIVE, FASHION

IMPERIAL TEEN with KRIS KIDD and FLEA

Continuing our #INFERNO issue online, Sr. Fashion Editor Mynxii White approached EIC Bil Brown with an idea that the prolific writer Kris Kidd would make a good story. A visual one. Taking it’s cue from the newly renovated Ace Hotel in DTLA and ...

Open Roads/Open Minds

La Marcha De Las Putas (The Slut Walk) Buenos Aries, Argentina

For the record, I’m not a woman. I’m just another Caucasian American male who has obliviously and sometimes not so obliviously enjoyed his status as such. This isn’t wrong by any means, it was just the lot many of us were casted; a ...

ART

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Nobuyoshi Araki’s Love on the Left Eye, Little Big Man Gallery, Los Angeles

“What if I took a photo of everything I’ve ever experienced?” — Nobuyoshi Araki Japan’s most infamous photographer has a very special opening in Los Angeles. “LOVE ON THE LEFT EYE”, which refers to Ed van der Elsken’s 1956 ...

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LITERATURE

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Chuang Tzu “The Butcher on the Way” – Translated and Re-written by Yi Yizzy Yu

The famed cook Ting was carving an ox for Lord Wen-hui. As he did, his hands fluttered like birds, his feet stamped, his knees bent, his shoulders rolled, and the tip of his knife knitted into ...

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Video

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Dirty Old New York

Everything comes from somewhere and everything turns in to something. NYC is the city that keeps moving as the creatives and industry batter itself in twisters. Here’s a fun video to remind us of what it was and ...

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Report by Zijun He Comments

Report by Zijun He

Note: All of the quotes in this story are taken from real-world sources. “For nearly 50 years, the secrecy apparatus within the United States Government …

SWINE by Jessie Van Eerden Comments

SWINE by Jessie Van Eerden

The evangelist’s Bible, lashed together with electrical tape, opens to Luke Eight about the man who wore no clothes, nor did he live in a …

The Goat Trick by Lu Harper Comments

The Goat Trick by Lu Harper

Half man, half goat, I too have seen him: lurking about the train tracks and kicking empty boxes like kittens, or limping across the bottled …

Turtles by Liu Yutang Comments

Turtles by Liu Yutang

1. On the morning Avram Codreu died, Parker took an early break, locked himself in the hospital storage room and cried. To see Codreu through …

NuPig by Kil McCory Comments

NuPig by Kil McCory

Of course, tick tock, tick tock, you only have so much time. There are bills to pay, errands to run, herpes to treat, and the …

A MUSE: Karyna K by Allen Henson Comments

A MUSE: Karyna K by Allen Henson

A Muse… …isn’t, or shouldn’t be a catch-phrase to solicit a good lay. Although the descriptor has been bludgeoned over the years for just that …