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 ...

Founded in 2010,  BLACK AND GREY MAGAZINE is the refined voice of the uniquely American cultural lens  bringing readers fashion, art, literature, philosophy, spirituality and irreverent ideas. Designed as the fusion of an avant-garde American poetry magazine and an irreverent anti-fashion zine. The goal for the magazine is to explore the American cultural influence with a literary intelligence and to package ideas and concepts of art in a printed book and supporting media. Giving rise to the artists and thinkers that have something to say about the culture they are part of and aren’t afraid to show where they come from.

 

BLACK AND GREY MAGAZINE is a well-schooled and aesthetically insightful lens through which to see the world.  A viewpoint with a low boredom threshold with breathtaking visual imagery and writers and thinkers that have distinct ideas and ask bold questions. A way of seeing and speaking that’s not merely content to inhabit the world but rather seeks to reinvent it.

 

BLACK AND GREY MAGAZINE’s vision is rooted in the strengths of the a North American sensibility in a mongrel multifaceted world. At the core of this is cutting-edge fashion art, editorial writing, visionary philosophy and visually stunning ideas.  With a unique mix of highbrow and lowbrow culture, its translation of heady cerebral concepts into slang and irreverent satire. Our antecedents are the Beat poets and we liberally reference movements of the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. By what authority do we claim this? Our editorial body consists of direct lineage of the Beat Generation, Yippie movements, Punk provocateurs, spoken-word poets, as well as the Tumblr/Instagram artists, and fashion-cinema auteurs of now. A lineage of outriders and cultural outlaws.

 

The BLACK AND GREY MAGAZINE Reader can be found anywhere there is someone that is looking deeper. They a want to know culture, the process of making it, and want a direct engagement in the world-at-large. Our reader is looking for those like minds and know the badges that define them.

 

The contents of BLACK AND GREY MAGAZINE  are chosen with extra care to activate  something that can’t be ignored. Our readers have the experience of a magazine the way it should be. Each issue is a conversational nexus-point that continues to resonate beyond the print issue into the digital issue, and across media and live events. Sometimes controversial, always insightful, daring – enlightened.

 

Black & Grey magazine followers represent a wide range of creative individuals from photographers, producers, scouts, models and casting directors to those simply interested in the art and writing enclosed. They come to us for inspiration, new talent, to read a little, to get something different and the vision and in pursuit of the latest trends and interest of fashion, art, literature and photography. We have inadvertently launched the careers of talent and are frequently revisited. Our award-winning team continues to break new ground and develop new exciting relationships and our premise is to be seen and known and talked about. You never know who will be in the pages of Black & Grey magazine.

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