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Extra Extra Magazine Issue 17 is available on loremnotipsum.com. Biting into papaya fruit, Extra Extra Issue 17 is ripe with deliciousness. There’s a brand new essay, The Protagonist of the Erotic, in which Nicholas Elliott explores the libidinal oeuvre of David Cronenberg. Find interviews with the artist of mythic landscapes, Michael Armitage by Kashif Sharma-Patel, author of Reverse Cowgirl, McKenzie Wark by Hans Demeyer, filmmaker Amat Escalante by Caitlin Quinlan, and riotously colourful designer Bethan Laura Wood by Fatos Üstek. Ponder OOO with celebrated theorist Graham Harman, while Dan Fox shares a few of his love letters. Have your ears kissed by sweltering erotic short stories. Or plunge deep into the Hong Rover in Nam Thi’s URBEX on Hanoi, coming face to face with fierce, thousand-year-old lust. Also in the issue is Tina Barney’s iconic series of nudes and a unique, 16-page commission titled ‘Bathing into being’ by Aliki van der Kruijs.

Extra Extra is a take on the urban, connecting people through culture and eroticism. Its gorgeous biannual magazine guides you through the streets of the most sensual cities, where we encounter the daring creative minds of this moment. It is an array of intelligent, open and personal perspectives on citylife brought to you in a volume of 192 pages of pure sexiness.

Extra Extra is a multidisciplinary platform exploring eroticism and culture. We are delighted to share stories we first listened to in the metro, at office parties, in hotel rooms and in the park at the heart of our neighborhood. Our online platform, biannual print magazine, temporary projects and live events celebrate mundane and sensual city life. Featuring commissioned essays, new works, short stories and in-depth conversations between creative minds of all disciplines. The magazine looks at artistic endeavors with a witty, sophisticated eye presenting and working closely and collaboratively with cultural producers who dare to share the sensual fantasies that can be encountered in their work and personal life. In a quest of an international language of the urban, the platform promotes cultural and social dialogue between artists, producers and a worldwide audience. Lose yourself in the stories of a blazing imaginative city life of Extra Extra – whether fictional or true – these adventures are a true aphrodisiac.

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There’s a brand new essay, The Protagonist of the Erotic, in which Nicholas Elliott explores the libidinal oeuvre of David Cronenberg. Find interviews with the artist of mythic landscapes, Michael Armitage by Kashif Sharma-Patel, author of Reverse Cowgirl, McKenzie Wark by Hans Demeyer, filmmaker Amat Escalante by Caitlin Quinlan, and riotously colourful designer Bethan Laura Wood by Fatos Üstek. Ponder OOO with celebrated theorist Graham Harman, while Dan Fox shares a few of his love letters. Have your ears kissed by sweltering erotic short stories. Or plunge deep into the Hong Rover in Nam Thi’s URBEX on Hanoi, coming face to face with fierce, thousand-year-old lust. Also in the issue is Tina Barney’s iconic series of nudes and a unique, 16-page commission titled ‘Bathing into being’ by Aliki van der Kruijs.

Details: Extra Extra Magazine – Issue 17

192 pgs, 24 × 17 cm, Softcover

Article No. bfextraextra0017 Published by Extra Extra Magazine Manufactured in The Netherlands Available in English Tags · · · · · · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 510 g Dimensions 24 × 17 × 2 cm

Extra Extra Magazine Issue 17 is available on loremnotipsum.com. Biting into papaya fruit, Extra Extra Issue 17 is ripe with deliciousness. There’s a brand new essay, The Protagonist of the Erotic, in which Nicholas Elliott explores the libidinal oeuvre of David Cronenberg. Find interviews with the artist of mythic landscapes, Michael Armitage by Kashif Sharma-Patel, author of Reverse Cowgirl, McKenzie Wark by Hans Demeyer, filmmaker Amat Escalante by Caitlin Quinlan, and riotously colourful designer Bethan Laura Wood by Fatos Üstek. Ponder OOO with celebrated theorist Graham Harman, while Dan Fox shares a few of his love letters. Have your ears kissed by sweltering erotic short stories. Or plunge deep into the Hong Rover in Nam Thi’s URBEX on Hanoi, coming face to face with fierce, thousand-year-old lust. Also in the issue is Tina Barney’s iconic series of nudes and a unique, 16-page commission titled ‘Bathing into being’ by Aliki van der Kruijs.

Extra Extra is a take on the urban, connecting people through culture and eroticism. Its gorgeous biannual magazine guides you through the streets of the most sensual cities, where we encounter the daring creative minds of this moment. It is an array of intelligent, open and personal perspectives on citylife brought to you in a volume of 192 pages of pure sexiness.

Extra Extra is a multidisciplinary platform exploring eroticism and culture. We are delighted to share stories we first listened to in the metro, at office parties, in hotel rooms and in the park at the heart of our neighborhood. Our online platform, biannual print magazine, temporary projects and live events celebrate mundane and sensual city life. Featuring commissioned essays, new works, short stories and in-depth conversations between creative minds of all disciplines. The magazine looks at artistic endeavors with a witty, sophisticated eye presenting and working closely and collaboratively with cultural producers who dare to share the sensual fantasies that can be encountered in their work and personal life. In a quest of an international language of the urban, the platform promotes cultural and social dialogue between artists, producers and a worldwide audience. Lose yourself in the stories of a blazing imaginative city life of Extra Extra – whether fictional or true – these adventures are a true aphrodisiac.

Content

There’s a brand new essay, The Protagonist of the Erotic, in which Nicholas Elliott explores the libidinal oeuvre of David Cronenberg. Find interviews with the artist of mythic landscapes, Michael Armitage by Kashif Sharma-Patel, author of Reverse Cowgirl, McKenzie Wark by Hans Demeyer, filmmaker Amat Escalante by Caitlin Quinlan, and riotously colourful designer Bethan Laura Wood by Fatos Üstek. Ponder OOO with celebrated theorist Graham Harman, while Dan Fox shares a few of his love letters. Have your ears kissed by sweltering erotic short stories. Or plunge deep into the Hong Rover in Nam Thi’s URBEX on Hanoi, coming face to face with fierce, thousand-year-old lust. Also in the issue is Tina Barney’s iconic series of nudes and a unique, 16-page commission titled ‘Bathing into being’ by Aliki van der Kruijs.

Details: Extra Extra Magazine – Issue 17

192 pgs, 24 × 17 cm, Softcover

Article No. bfextraextra0017 Published by Extra Extra Magazine Manufactured in The Netherlands Available in English Tags · · · · · · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 510 g Dimensions 24 × 17 × 2 cm
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