Tagged: Human Being Journal

Soulland In Conversation

Soulland In Conversation

A conversation between Silas Adler and Jacob Kampp Berliner from Human Being Journal 6. 

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I definitely learned a lot.

I definitely learned a lot.

Amardeep S. has a new collection of photos out from across an improbable mix of locations: Arizona, Austria, Italy, Portland, San Francisco, Slovenia, Vancouver Island and Virginia. And one in New York. 

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Human Being Journal 6 Launch Party

Human Being Journal 6 Launch Party

Last Friday together with Soulland we launched Human Being Journal 6 at Christian Berst Art Brut on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Almost as soon as we opened the doors, the gallery was packed with our friends, a few celebrities and quite a few fresh faces we’d like to see more of – there was even a […]

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Mikael Kennedy: New Mexico

Mikael Kennedy: New Mexico

Mikael Kennedy blends camera, car and the American highway into a singularly stunning body of work. His style is marked by expansive landscapes, dreamy natural light and a particular fondness for Polaroid. Beyond his personal exploration he’s worked for a long list of sterling clients from Vogue to Wythe Hotel, tours with his folk songstress wife and also […]

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Human Being Journal 6

Human Being Journal 6

Human Being Journal 6, In Plain Sight, is hot off the presses and launches officially on Friday. This issue was a major collaborative effort between our studio and our good friends at Soulland in Copenhagen. Sometimes disruptiveness, innovation and irreverence look ordinary…  Inside Human Being Journal 6, you’ll find: 2 covers 1 handbag hat 2 revolvers 4 servings of […]

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Teaser: Human Being Journal 6

Teaser: Human Being Journal 6

We’re interviewing, photographing, writing, reading and collecting around the world. Skypes to Japan, Poland, Denmark, New Mexico, England… And this time out we’re doing it all in close collaboration with one of the coolest menswear brands on the planet. Our cover color’s set, we’re stoked about the world-class creatives who will be taking part and we’re tinkering with type […]

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Human Being Journal 5: Cover the Cover Winners

Human Being Journal 5: Cover the Cover Winners

During the month of November, we challenged our Instagram followers to reinterpret the cover of Human Being Journal 5 — any medium, any style with the directive to Cover the Cover and its iconic photograph of Ana Kraš by Marcelo Gomes. The response was fantastic, with dozens of entries coming in from as far away as Italy, Japan and New Zealand as well […]

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Photography: Yann Faucher

Photography: Yann Faucher

Yann Faucher is the kind of uncompromising, unyielding artist that seems to come along less and less frequently. He left a promising career in the sciences for the uncertain path of a photographer, and jumped ship on a lark for London with no contacts and minimal possessions. He works hard to support his photography, mostly earning money […]

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Human Being Journal 5 Launch Party

Human Being Journal 5 Launch Party

Last Wednesday we launched Human Being Journal 5, and on Friday we welcomed it to the world with a launch party at Sediment Arts’ space in downtown Richmond. In honour of its very first Japanese edition, we served up a couple kegs of Kirin Ichiban and Nippon sweets to a soundtrack of J-Pop delight. Also on display were […]

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Photography: Stella Berkofsky

Photography: Stella Berkofsky

Our new lookbooks for October, Foreign Exchange for women’s and North by North for men’s were shot in Richmond by London turned L.A. photographer Stella Berkofsky. We love her earnest, intimate style with its judicious use of light—helped along, no doubt, by her steadfast use of analogue film. After the images came back from the lab, we had a quick chat […]

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Unit Editions: Type Plus

Unit Editions: Type Plus

Print is a tenacious beast, indeed. As the pendulum of popular opinion swings in earnest back toward analogue, last decade’s rallying cry of “print is dead!” is now ultra passé—quelled by a seemingly continuous influx of new and supremely good art and lifestyle publications. But despite this rising new wave of design-conscious lit, the overall market is […]

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Human: Erin Spens

Human: Erin Spens

Erin Spens is the founder and editor of the nomadic biannual, Boat. Part travel magazine, part sociogeographic study, each issue focuses on a different city around the world. But rather than reporting from afar, Spens and her team move twice a year to immerse themselves in the city of choice—so far they’ve covered Sarajevo, Detroit, […]

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20Y HORT

20Y HORT

This year, our friends and Human Being Journal alumni HORT turn twenty. That’s the big two-oh—two decades that the venerable Berlin outfit have been pushing creative buttons, stretching the limits of collaborative process and just creating straight stellar work. HORT is marking the occasion with an exhibition, 20Y HORT, at KK Outlet in east London. Rather than career-spanning retrospective, the show […]

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Human: David Wilson

Human: David Wilson

Human Being Journal 5 has been proofed, polished and is fresh off to the printer. That means just a few weeks ’til the rest of the world gets to see it. In the meantime, we’ll be giving a few sneak peeks at what’s inside. One new section of note this time out profiles six Humans […]

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Human Being Journal 4: An Interview with Ryan McGinness

Human Being Journal 4: An Interview with Ryan McGinness

Ryan McGinness is a New York-based visual artist whose large scale paintings draw heavy influence from the surf and skate culture of his hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Known for his intricately layered pieces, McGinness weaves together the visual language of contemporary iconography, corporate logos, and public signage, creating abstract pieces that have established him […]

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Garrett Leight California Optical – Human Being Journal

Garrett Leight California Optical – Human Being Journal

Three years ago we were exploring the stores along Abbot Kinney in Venice California, and we stumbled upon a great looking optical store, which turned out to be GLCO. We had heard of Garrett Leight’s eyewear because of an early collaboration that he did. The vibe of the A. Kinney Court store was awesome, and […]

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Behind the Scenes: West of Marseille

Behind the Scenes: West of Marseille

West of Marseille was shot by photographer Stella Berkofsky and styled by Carolyn Doolittle in and around the downtown Los Angeles home of Su Wu, and with the help of prop stylist Claire Cottrell. This is our behind-the-scenes view on disposable 35mm film.

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Human Being Journal Issue 3 Release

Human Being Journal Issue 3 Release

We recently celebrated the release of the 3rd issue of our in-house biannual print publication Human Being Journal with a gallery show at the esteemed ADA Gallery and an after party at Black Iris. Our friend Constantine Giavos supplied the music while we drank beer from Hardywood Brewery and snacked on a myriad of meats […]

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Human Being Journal Issue 3

Human Being Journal Issue 3

We’re excited to announce the release of the third issue of our biannual print magazine, Human Being Journal. Issue 3 explores a cross-section of subjects bridging fashion, lifestyle, food, design and art. Includes work by contributing photographers Stella Berkofsky, Bene Brandhofer, Piczo, Devyn Galindo, Clement Pascal, Andrew Musson, and Adrien Toubiana, along with 192 pages of: […]

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Human Being Journal: Issue 2 Launch

Human Being Journal: Issue 2 Launch

To celebrate the release of Issue 2 of our in-house publication Human Being Journal, we packed up and traveled from Richmond, Virginia to New York City and invited all of our friends and family to party with us. Special thanks to Space LES for hosting us, DJ Lucas Walters for playing the jams, Heineken for providing […]

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