ACCLAIM Issue 27
The SAVIOUR Issue
The feeling of saving something is exhilarating. And it doesn’t have to be just about ‘rescuing’ something either. It’s all about recognizing the worth in something and having the desire to keep hold of it and give it a new lease on life. The Saviour issue is all about people who do just that. Whether it’s through archiving art movements, immortalizing redundant technology or capturing epic trips on film, we’ve got it covered.
Once again the issue features two unique covers. The general release features a shot from our sportswear focused fashion shoot, while the boutique cover boasts an image from our shoot with NYC menswear designer Mark McNairy.
We have an exclusive interview with renowned US menswear designer Mark McNairy. McNairy recently collaborated with Pharrell Williams on the Bee Line, a capsule range from Williams’ Billionaire Boys Club line.
James Whineray interviews Nick Boserio, with an introduction from Nick’s brother, Ryan Boserio. The Nike SB skater is one of the most talked about skaters in the country right now, with a stack of video parts to his name.
BRAM VAN SPLUNTEREN
In 1986, music journalist Bram Van Splunteren travelled from Holland to New York to document a developing music genre called hip-hop. The end result was Big Fun in the Big Town, which after 26 years is seeing an official release for the first time.
Whether it’s in the form of films, books, magazines or exhibitions, Roger Gastman is continually sharing the stories of graffiti and its practitioners. We interview him about the journey thus far and what to expect in the future.
The Brooklyn music artist who recently signed to Fool’s Gold Records is redefining what electronic music can be and can relate to it, with sounds ranging from love ballads to the beats for Action Bronson.
AND MUCH MORE…