Adbusters Media Foundation is a global network of culture jammers and creators who are working to change the way information flows, the way corporations wield power and the way meaning is produced in our society.
In this issue:
You can’t always see aesthetics, but it is there . . . In the brutalist face of a bank building, cold as an autopsy table. In the way the city exhales after dark. In the knack and smack of internet trolling . . . in the angst of Christmas shopping.
Can we invent a new aesthetics, cultivate new sensibilities for our post-materialist age . . . come up with new ways to live, love and think?
Our century will be a time of monumental ideological clashes, paradigm shifts and metamemetic insurgencies. We artists, designers and creatives must be the vanguards — positioning ourselves at the forefront of every struggle and debate. Just as farmers are the keepers of the land, we are the keepers of mindscape. We must nurture it and care for it and make sure there will always be wilderness, diversity and freedom there.
Architecture - Art - Design
Too Much Magazine, Issue 9 – Shelter
Too Much gathers thoughts about cities, the people who live in them, and the changes affecting our society and our environment. It’s a magazine about romantic geography. Too Much is made…..279 SEK
Art - Creative Arts - Culture & Lifestyle - Fashion
Riposte, Issue 12
Riposte is a smart magazine for women. Each issue features five ideas, four meetings, three features, two essays and one icon. We profile bold and fascinating women whose achievements speak…..195 SEK
Culture & Lifestyle - Photography
Impossible to Print, Issue 2
Impossible to Print is a collaborative effort between Wiedemann Lampe, Lily Cole and Graham Erikson. A distillation of social, cultural and political content, it brings together quirky, insightful articles and rare interviews with people such as musicians Karl Hyde and Sir Paul McCartney, activist and writer Mark Boyle, writer Joss Whedon, photographer Benjamin Tietge and […]279 SEK