Noon is a magazine concerned with art and commerce, exploring the point of intersection between the two. It rejects standard editorial models and instead aims to cultivate a true creative exchange between editor and contributor.
Combining a large format with an experimental approach to aesthetics and material, its high end production values challenge the politics of mass production.
Exploring what it means to exist in an Altermodern world, it offers a unique proposition for its reader. Thematically focused, each issue offers new and unexpected collaborations which aim to redefine the act of creative and commercial expression within the modern age.
In this issue:
In an age of excess – of imagery, of objects, of clothing and ideas – Noon‘s 11th issue is about having ‘just enough’. We’re speaking truth to power: recontextualising Trumpian politics and calling for direct action on climate crisis; communicating across boundaries; examining advertising, immigration, photographic precision and monuments to masculinity. It’s political, ecological, compulsive and creative – and it’s going to outlast us all.
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