Garagisme is a magazine about car culture. One of a kind, Garagisme questions our relationship with individual motorized transport by bringing together different points of view and practices: contemporary artists, photographers, architects, urban planners … The program includes photo series, profiles of innovative start-ups, portraits and interviews of artists, essays and fiction. Biannual, in English and French and distributed internationally, Garagisme takes a novel look at the car as it goes through this period of challenge and change.
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We are delighted to announce the release of issue 6 of Garagisme.
176 pages of visual essays, documentaries and experimentations, this new opus, titled Aspirational Fantasy, constitutes a meditation on capitalism and the automotive world over stories featuring Justinas Vilutis, Maxime Guyon, Axel Morin, Sophie Stafford, Ornamental Conifer, Nikita Gale, Braulio Amado and more…
Design - Lifestyle - Wheels
The Drive: Custom Cars and Their Builders
From early hot rods and lowriders to modern tuning: this book presents a voluptuous variety of unique cars from around the world. Automobiles have been tuned, restored, and rebuilt for years, but —whether made for leisurely cruising or peak performance —today’s machines are more interesting than ever before. After exploring custom motorcycles in The Ride and The Ride 2nd Gear, it’s […]499 SEK
Lifestyle - Photography - Travel
Off the Road
More and more people are hitting the road to the middle of nowhere. Along less-traveled paths they are heading up mountains and down dunes. They are enjoying the drive and the view through mud-splattered windshields as much as the stops and evening campfires amid stunning terrain. By heading off to discover the great outdoors in their […]375 SEK
Porsche 911: The Ultimate Sportscar as Cultural Icon
When Ferdinand Porsche could not find a sports car he liked, he decided to build one himself. And now, the rest is history: Jerry Seinfeld drives it; Boris Johnson admires it; Steve McQueen loves it; and Jeremy Clarkson hates it. The Porsche 911 moves the world. Despised by many in Germany as a set of […]399 SEK