• Unfortunately we won´t receive any copies of this issue due to very limited print
In the industrial cities, tiny little particles flutter in suspension, coming from industries, cars and even sometimes from hydroelectric power stations: it’s the DUST. Hidden, silent, omnipresent in our lives, it lands everywhere: the house, the roof, among the hair, between the fingers….
DUST is a new refreshing fashion & art magazine. With a biannual publishing frequency, Dust was born in early 2010 with the desire to provide a new and different point of view to the fashion magazine market.
We feel the need of filling the gaps that the rest of magazines leave, fighting in a certain way, against the increasingly stronger elitist spirit of the publishing world.
We bet and support artist’s collaborations, whether they are anonymous or upcoming ones, we’d like to search new talents, since we are interested on the real quality of their work, and not only on the name of the people who made it.
We want artists to feel completely free to develop and vent their own needs so they can create their works without any fear or vain censures. We will go deep into the artist’s world, interviewing and meeting them, in order to get a real knowledge of their creations and personality. We want fashion to become something much closer to an artistic point of view than to a commercial atmosphere, as we consider it as a path for creation and not the opposite.
That’s why we are not interested in the collection’s date, or the suitable time for promotion since we consider that art and fashion are always contemporary. DUST is a London based magazine, even if it’s made and produced in different cities around the world, such as New York, Madrid, Berlin, Milan and Paris by a specific team of creative minds that want to renew the current situation with this new thriving project.
In this issue:
DUST issue #18 Love More After the previous issue focussed exclusively on still-life photography, this issue revolves entirely around the person. DUST #18 is a 660 pages concept issue divided into two volumes. The first volume is dedicated to the study of portraiture. The second volume is dedicated to the study of the body. The artists involved in this issue were asked to work with these guidelines, and create two specular stories: the first focussing on the face, the second on the body. As such, this issue is a broad reflection of how individuals come to terms with existential dualities, and what it takes to bridge them. So, as this issue proposes: ‘Love more — because the world needs it. Love more — for we are in this together; for the damage we share is greater than what divides us. Love more — for it is the language of our times; the vocabulary of a generation. Love more — for it is time to act radically; to make love the winning strategy. Love more — as a way of tuning in to what is real, what matters, what we can rely on. Love more — because the future does not look bright. Love more — because it is on us to call upon calamity and face it.’
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