EY! is an independent magazine focused on celebrating the splendor of youth, inspired by the spirit of the teenage publications of the 1980s and 1990s. The unique style of EY! it's a mix of exciting visuals, tabloid-style headlines with strong graphics, and fun short interviews.
Each new issue is about a specific country or city, and the group of young people on display is a mix of charming strangers: mostly models, up-and-coming artists, actors and athletes.
The magazine is created by the Spanish publisher Luis Venagas, who also publishes Candy, The Printed Dog, Fanzine137. EY! was launched in 2008 and was originally called Electric Youth! in homage to the 1989 song Electric Youth by Debbie Gibson, taken from the album of the same name.
ISSUE 11 - THE AUSSIE ISSUE
This issue of Ey! Magazine takes us to Australia and was born from the collaboration with the Eytys brand. It is the second time that the Swedish label has collaborated with the magazine. The similarity in the spelling of their names is no coincidence, by the way. "I'd be lying if I didn't admit that the name behind the brand has direct inspiration from that magazine," says Eytys co-founder Max Schiller.
Among the pages of the magazine you will not find photos of the Sydney Opera, but objectives aimed at the new generation, immortalized among flora and fauna and leafing through it is like taking a ride on the beach, in the forest or in the desert.
In collaboration with Eytys
Photo Zac Bayly
Styled Bridie Gilbert
Big Size: 30x42cm
Limited edition of 500 copies
100 Pages + 18 stickers and posters