Protein Journal Issue 15 – The Gender Issue
Our latest issue investigates how and why attitudes towards gender are changing. Lads’ mags are dead, a new wave of feminists are taking over the internet and designers are championing unisex fashion.
This issue we publish our Gender Report and reveal why millennials care less about traditional gender divisions, track the technology impacting the debate, meet the people challenging our assumptions about sexual identity and see how we’re moving towards a genderless society.
Aitor Throup: creative director, artist and designer features as our cover star for Protein Journal #15. Inside, we see what drives the 35-year-old Argentinian, find out why brands are clamouring to work with him and discover how he keeps ahead of the competition.
Elsewhere, interactive studio Convoy gives us a masterclass in digital content production; Hostem founder James Brown tells us why the future of retail is all about crafting a memorable experience; and lean-startup New Inc reveals its new arts-business hybrid. Plus, our low-down on the latest wearable tech; the instruments changing the way we compose music; how millennial entrepreneurs are turning Jakarta into a hotbed for fashion and food, and the latest global trends changing the way consumers think and act.
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212 is a new biannual magazine published in Spring 2016. It is based out of Istanbul and published and distributed internationally. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born in the city where east meets west (as the love-worn cliche...
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