13 days until my beautiful magazine is released onto the market.www.monolithmagazine.co.uk 

13 days until my beautiful magazine is released onto the market.

www.monolithmagazine.co.uk 

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You can buy all of these by clicking here. Absolutely hate being broke! 

MONOLITH is making t-shirts. It’s true. The magazine, which prides itself on fusing cultural content with intellectual but accessible coverage of science and technology, has found a print designer with some serious flare. Her name is Kelly Bromfield, and she produces prints like these. From scratch. The magazine itself is currently available online at www.monolithmagazine.co.uk, but the print edition of the magazine is really where the money’s at. MONOLITH is currently running a profile on www.peoplefund.it, attempting to raise £4,000 in nine weeks so that the print edition can become a reality.More t-shirt designs are on the way, and only one of each will be made. If you’d like to get your hands on either this one, or one like it, donate £2.50 via paypal here (the donate button on the left) or directly to the peoplefund.it page here to enter a draw and potentially win one.Please aid a genuine labour of love. Good luck!

MONOLITH is making t-shirts. It’s true. The magazine, which prides itself on fusing cultural content with intellectual but accessible coverage of science and technology, has found a print designer with some serious flare. Her name is Kelly Bromfield, and she produces prints like these. From scratch.

The magazine itself is currently available online at www.monolithmagazine.co.uk, but the print edition of the magazine is really where the money’s at. MONOLITH is currently running a profile on www.peoplefund.it, attempting to raise £4,000 in nine weeks so that the print edition can become a reality.

More t-shirt designs are on the way, and only one of each will be made. If you’d like to get your hands on either this one, or one like it, donate £2.50 via paypal here (the donate button on the left) or directly to the peoplefund.it page here to enter a draw and potentially win one.

Please aid a genuine labour of love. Good luck!

Few are aware of it, but before Stanley Kubrick started a life of film writing and directing, he dabbled in photojournalism for Look magazine. Based in 1940s New York, Kubrick took thousands of photographs, and at the end of last year, 25 became available in print. This is a selection taken from those prints, featuring - among other things - show girls and the circus.

Natalia Vodianova channels the modern nymphet in this photo shoot from Terry Richardson. It’s not exactly recent, but the muted colours and cutesy accessories, combined with the fact that Natalia is super hot, makes this shoot one of my favourites.

Sale season is almost over, yet the odd gem still glints from my peripherals. An innocent expedition to Covent Garden led me unawares to Sunglasses Hut, where I proceeded to blow the dregs of my disposable funds. Justification? Buy one, get one free. I literally had no choice, and anyway - let’s face it - Britain’s suffered a mighty bright Winter. The top ones are Prada, the others; Versace.

Amy Hixson was shot by Steve Shaw for Issue 2 of Treats! Magazine. Her mannequin co-stars are reminiscent of Megan Fox’s effort for Interview, but they pale in comparison to sunkissed Hixson as she parades the colourless backdrop without a thread to clothe her. Treats! Magazine is a relatively recent luxury fashion and lifestyle magazine, which boasts beautiful online video content and covers a wide range of topics including architechture, automotive, art and photography.


www.treatsmagazine.com

Female superheroes are seriously great - and when I say it, I mean it in a strictly non-feminist context. But aren’t they? Beautiful and strong (inside and out), they get to waltz around in inappropriately revealing outfits, justified in beating the shit out of whoever they feel like. But there’s nothing like seeing your favourite wonder-girl get reincarnated on the big screen. Whether their roots lie in comic books (think Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman or Alicia Silverstone in Batman and Robin), video games like Tomb Raider or you’re a fan of made-for-the-movies types, like Barbarella, they never fail to disappoint.

Her roots are usually absurd past the point of acceptable, but her recent appearance on the cover of Hunger reminded me how much I adore Sky Ferreira. She kind of looks like a super-hot, modern-day Madonna (by “modern-day” I mean still capable of wearing leotards without looking like a plastic-surgeried transvestite) and her hair makes me want to cry it’s so amazing. At the tender age of 19, her face is most recognisable for her modelling career, but she’s also an established singer/songwriter. Gotta love a girl with talent.