According to the semi-annual Fantastic Man magazine, life begins at 30. Aimed at a more mature group of readers, the focus of the men's fashion and corporate magazine launched in 2005 in Amsterdam by Gert Jonkerse Jop van Bennekom, is to reinvent the "gentleman's diary".
Sharp, ironic, passionate, engaging and elegantly designed, Fantastic Man talks about fashion and society through interviews with celebrities and intellectuals, insights and reports.
Dimensions: 29x29 cm
Number of Pages: 256
Square format, glossy paper and the stories: many and all different.
Fantastic Man issue 33 is all about the concept of reuse and circularity: embracing what you have, keeping things in use longer, sustaining and preserving.
It's a euphoric number that celebrates the joy of old clothes, the resourcefulness and inspiration found in the pre-existing, with designer Duran Lantink, philosopher Slavoj Žižek, rapper Lil Yachty, journalist Adam Curtis, actor Callum Scott Howells, artist Danh Vo, celestial musician Laraaji and so much more.