The Connection Issue of HYPEBEAST Magazine delves into the contradictory personalities and collectives which defied expectations to create the biggest impacts upon streetwear culture.
An eclectic collection of analogue shots on society, portraying a rich array of individuals showing off their best (and worst) features in front of the camera.
Donatella Versace will present the VERSACE book throughout a series of events in London, New York and Milan. Moderators include some of the most influential voices in the world of fashion, who have contributed writing the book.
The first image William Baker noticed of the model Igor Stepanov was of Igor in his worn, baggy Calvin Klein underpants.
For its 16th issue, The Projection Issue, HYPEBEAST enlisted longstanding legend KAWS to design a one-off cover.
Multidisciplinary artist Sasha Kurmaz is the next ‘chef’ to feature in Cookbook magazine, outlining his selection of ‘ingredients’ that influence his work.
“Portraits Nudes Flowers” by Mariano Vivanco is an aria in monochrome, which reveals the colours of the beautiful and universal.
The project is full of no’s from no make-up, no models, no hair, no digital, no post production, no advertising, to no credits.
Hypebeast just dropped their issue 15: The Foundation Issue. They delve behind simple appearances and into the backgrounds of brands, musicians, and personalities: getting them to tell their roots and their stories.
In 1945 Bob Mizer began taking photographs of strapping young men on Muscle Beach in Venice, California.
This June, as football’s UEFA European Championships return to France—for the third time ever and the first since 1984—all eyes are on the in-demand French-born footballer Paul Pogba, including those of famed German photographer Juergen Teller.
The cover marks the first time a member of the Royal Family has been photographed for the cover of a gay publication.
Dutch photographer Ferry van der Nat has been taking instant camera photographs of men for years.
SansSouci is a multi-format editorial project in the field of arts. Published once a year, in exclusive, numbered copies it features the best of the contemporary art scene.
Odiseo published by Folch Studio offers a sophisticated take on erotica, redefining the confines of traditional erotic publishing by balancing philosophical texts and essays with images that lie in between art and erotica. Odiseo Vol. 7 is dedicated to the notion of Truth.
Young Love is Karen Rosetzsky’s first book, and as the title would suggest, is all about… ‘young love’. Featuring a selection of photographs taken over the course of 3 years in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, New Orleans, Willemstad, Prague,… »
After 10 issues, HYPEBEAST decided to approach their publication in a brand new light. For the 11th issue, they present the HYPEBEAST Magazine in a completely revamped layout design, as well as paper stock, offering a new and unique reading experience. While… »