Issue XII: The Outlaw Issue
It's all fun and games until somebody gets arrested.
See how photographer Elizabeth Perrin transformed her parlor floor apartment into her very own safe haven.
As a strong presence on the street/documentary film and photography circuit
Photography and words by Paul Kwiatkowski It was my final semester of high school, the last hurricane season I’d ever spend in South Florida and the skies were an endless toilet-hued white. I had just undergone my final transition from amorphous punk/freak, to hardcore kid/d-bag, to finally fixing up and putting in a decent effort
Words by Kristy Ann Muniz Over dim sum shrimp dumplings in January of 2009, a mysterious designer/creative director who wishes to keep her identity hidden started contemplating the idea of a blog to catalog the artists who, as she puts it, “inspire her, while at the same time crush her artistic soul.” It would be
Photography by Melanie Bonajo
Photography by Brandon Harman These photographs were taken in the parking lot during the summer of 2010 at the San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino California. Iron Maiden fans are serious fans… There is no question of their dedication to metal, the music and the band. To see more of Brandon’s work, click here.
Photography by Piczo Styled by Shohei Hair: Teiji Utsumi Make Up: Miho Hayama for Isabeau and Nami Yoshida for Laura and Keldey Stylist Assistant: Tomohiro Hanada Models: Isabeau@Select Model Management, Laura@Select Model Management, Kelsey@Premier Model Management Look 1: Denim Jacket from rokit Shoes from Mint Vintage Clothing Look 2: Quincey Hat from Reiss 1971 (Relative)
Marc McAndrews gives a glimpse of the disarming details of sex-for-sale in his new book.
Working Class caught up with McDonough at his exhibit in New York.
That’s what we wanted to know. Working Class hit the streets to see what people in Brooklyn had to say.
Photography by Elizabeth Perrin
Photography by Winnie Au Words by Katie Stolowits If there was a men’s wardrobe that I could handpick myself, it would be found at Hollander and Lexer, as the garments collected define my “If I was a guy, this is what I would wear” style. The store, the second of its namesake, has gathered the
Get to know your local NYC cab drivers.
Photography by Tracy Morford Styled by Jessica Soga Hair: Marcel Dagenais Model: Kristy Ann Muniz Retoucher: Jaz Harold Look 1: McTega large gold chuck necklace and mini chunk wrap necklaces worn as necklaces price upon request. Look 2: McTega double gem belt price upon request. Talon amulette necklaces in bronze with scent $250
Working Class caught up with Voeten at The Half King, where he was scheduled to read from Tunnel People.
Ciara Phelan is a freelance designer and illustrator working from a shared studio in North London. After graduating in 2008 studying Graphic Design at Brighton University she worked as a junior at a small creative company called IWANT Design. She has since gone on to build up an amazing portfolio while working with an extensive
Words by Olivia Sholler With an interest in observing and documenting the American landscape, Kevin Cyr has – like all artists – done so in his own, unique language. Crumbling consumer culture and structures that were once an active part of society, form the basis of his works. Coupled with his childhood obsession of drawing
THE OUTLAW ISSUE