Editrial is a magazine of contemporary art, fashion and culture founded by Canadian artist Claire Milbrath who comes from Montreal.
At a time when there seems to be a magazine for everyone and everything, Editorial takes its distance and definitely knows how to get noticed. It is a magazine at times surreal, its content is not immediate and leafing through it can amaze and upset because you find yourself faced with a broken mix of colors, ideas and themes that fascinate and confuse at the same time.
If you love magazines that are sometimes nonsense, like Buffalo or Marfa, you certainly shouldn't miss the extravagance and all-encompassing reading experience that this magazine is able to offer.
Dimensions: 228x280 mm
Number of pages: 108
Leafing through the latest issue of the art and fashion magazine Editorial offers a typically surreal and sensorial feeling. Inside we find: the return of Y2K, an indigenously-led skateboarding organization for young people, the art of 'dimensional shift' while sleeping, Barbie's bionic fashion and much more.
Cover Frank Dorrey
Contributions from Frank Dorrey, Kerwin Frost, Precious Okoyomon, Conor Cunningham, Julia Fox, Dian Liang, Andrew Callaghan, Cowgirl Clue, The Ion Pack, Forbidden Knowledge, Abella Danger, Maya Fuhr, Tiana Reid, Daniel Arnold, Asher Penn, Alfonso Gonzalez Jr., Diamond Stingily, Rachel Rabbit White, Arabelle Sicardi, Jul Quanouai, Jaxon Whittington, Erika Houle, Brontez Purnell, Julia Kennedy, Manon Macasaet, Jessica Canje, Olivia Whittick, Jack Jubb, Rebecca Storm, Nations Skate Youth, Taylore Scarabelli, Ian Grandjean, Cole Kush, Aleksandra Waliszewska, Darby Milbrath, Francesca Facciola, ASMA, Molly Cranston, Lam Lo, Surf Gang, Whitney Mallett, Kiera Mcnally, Vereja, Erlend Peder Kvam, Dr. Phoebe Friesen, Luisa Opalesky, Claire Milbrath, Daryl Johns, Happy, Will Sheldon, Greta Rainbow, Venicew, Rachel Sennott, Annie Millman, Amalia Ulman, Moni Haworth, Shelley Uckotter, Isabelle Albuquerque.