Galavant Magazine Issue No.2 “Believers” is 117 pages of original literary works and images. Featuring photographers Nguan, Alex Thebez (both have been featured on Nope Fun here and here respectively) and 23 other contributors (including myself!). Additionally, Anythony Gerace and Sarah Eisenlohr were also included in the magazine under Nope Fun’s recommendation.
The publication features articles in which writers provide a piece (poem, prose etc.) and artists have to create a series based on the text. The result is the combination of word and image through the collaboration of two individuals around the theme of “believers”.
Get a copy of Galavant Magazine here.
Guys I’m in this thing with people that I super respect and stuff.
This piece by Jacqui Cheng about her experience watching kids from inner city Chicago navigate social media is interesting thoughout, but the way they use account deletion to turn Facebook into something a bit more like Snapchat is super-clever and savvy.
For example, did you know that many…
What the fuck this is amazing.
Broken system in a broken world #lesigh #capitalism #inneedofnewsystem
I love this man ♥
I reblog this every time it shows up on my dash because it’s peerf and everyone should know it.
This is probably my favorite video in history.
And then the rest of it, in poster form:
Nguan: How Loneliness Goes
Nguan’s photographs of quiet moments from all around the world is familiar to a lot of us by now. From Japan, to New York, Nguan continues to wander, shooting square, pastel washed photographs.
“How Loneliness Goes” turns…
A look at photos of Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer’s life together: http://nyr.kr/15ULPAs
Top: Edith Windsor with a photograph of Thea Spyer taken during their first trip together, to Suriname, in the nineteen-sixties. Photograph by Max Vadukul.
Bottom: Windsor and Spyer at the beach in 1969. Photograph courtesy Breaking Glass Pictures.