The brightly colored art books of Josan Gonzalez cast a shadow over the dark times ahead. "The future is now," might be a true statement: we live in a present that's in constant flux—maybe it even means
This article isn’t for dumb baby losers who have only made a surface effort to get into cult documentary film and “liked” Louis Theroux on Facebook. A crash course in cult requires repeat viewings of is
It's hard out there isn't it? We know fashion is a notoriously tough nut to crack, with some willdy successful people in it. How did they get there? What did they do? Why haven't I achieved anything? Leon
It’s September, which, for those unfamiliar with RJ Cutler’s 2009 Vogue documentary or the tenets of the publishing world, means one thing for fashion magazines: time for their biggest, best and most issue
Así nos enteramos de que Murdoc pasó un tiempo en una cárcel mexicana. *Este artículo se publicó originalmente en THUMP México. Bien lo dijo Salvador Dalí, México es más surrealista que sus pinturas.
Robert Fairer pasó diecisiete años documentando la belleza y el caos del backstage de los desfiles de moda de Alexander McQueen. Ahora que ha convertido sus archivos en un nuevo libro, hablamos con el
It’s approaching 2am in Mexico City’s rough-around-the-edges Tepito neighbourhood. Like everywhere on the planet, the official confirmation that Donald Trump has won the American presidential election
We can probably all agree that 2015 gifted us with a bumper crop of queer cinema. There was the stunning Carol, of course, adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s iconic novel, starring Hollywood heavyweights