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India Salvör Menuez

India Salvör Menuez

India Salvör Menuez graces the cover of Supreme Love‚ thanks in no small part to her human beauty and heaps of young art world cred. She’s something of a synthesis of other women for the ages‚ too: New York pedigree‚ intensely of-her-generation‚ and possessed of the finesse to move between worlds with aplomb. She represents a […]

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Virgil Abloh

Virgil Abloh

Virgil is the image machine behind the image machine at the center of what will doubtless go down as this decade’s biggest pop culture phenomenon: the West-Kardashian-Jenner chain that is on the cusp of every news cycle. If anyone might be called Kanye’s wingman‚ it is Virgil‚ and he is no doubt the fount that […]

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Paloma Elsesser

Paloma Elsesser

When authenticity is trendy‚ it becomes doubly elusive: to generate it self-consciously is impossible and to seek it out for your Instagram feed destroys it. Indeed‚ it has become the most meta of Catch-22s. Amidst the legions of poseurs‚ however‚ Paloma is resoundingly the real deal. She is an unlikely fashion icon for a totally […]

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Flavin Judd

Flavin Judd

His namesake bears no introduction: it is the synthesis of two of the most original artists of the 21st century‚ his father‚ Donald‚ and Don’s good pal‚ Dan Flavin. Together with his sister Rainer‚ Flavin runs the Judd Foundation‚ which perhaps most famously acts as a steward for Don’s legacy in Marfa alongside the Chinati […]

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Oroma Elewa

Oroma Elewa

Oroma is one new wave feminist who wears her politics especially well‚ and we’ve long admired her from afar for her work‚ which includes one-time print mag Pop’Africana and a contemporary take on the classical intellectual salon.

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Richard Haines

Richard Haines

It only takes Richard a few flourishes of the brush to lay an image down on a page. Despite its outwardly simple style‚ his work is rigorous and technically sophisticated and has helped make him into one of the best-known illustrators working today.

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Zio Baritaux

Zio Baritaux

Plants are vital and omnipresent‚ but until Zio Baritaux’s Strange Plants was published last year‚ it felt like the last time they had been written about imaginatively was in the Victorian era. The tactile‚ beautifully-designed book was an immediate smash hit and has already spawned a followup‚ Strange Plants II. In addition to her plant […]

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Mike Skinner

Mike Skinner

Many would call him one of the most important voices in British music this century. After releasing his debut effort‚ Original Pirate Material as ​​The Streets in 2002‚ Mike Skinner dominated the charts with four more albums‚ until putting that moniker in the grave for good in 2011. That didn’t mean the end for Skinner […]

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Yvette van Boven

Yvette van Boven

She is an Irish-born enigma with more titles than almost anyone‚ all with just one common denominator: food. Yvette cooks‚ writes‚ draws food and runs the Amsterdam riverside restaurant‚ Aan De Amstel‚ together with her husband‚ photographer Oof Verschuren.

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Gert Jonkers

Gert Jonkers

He has become a legend in print circles over the past several years. The singular‚ lo-fi gay culture zine‚ BUTT‚ he co-founded with Jop van Bennekom in 2001 practically came to define ‘cult publication’ in the early internet age‚ and though its iconic pink pages are no longer in print‚ it is living quite the […]

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Ana Kraš

Ana Kraš

The notion of celebrity is being actively redefined by a mainstream increasingly in favor of art and authenticity over glitz and glamour. In the millennial world, the Eameses are as fondly remembered as the Beatles, mainstream teens idolize Cy Twombly and William S. Burroughs, and low-key Ana Kraš has become a pop star in her […]

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Marco Velardi

Marco Velardi

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Gloria Maria Cappelletti

Gloria Maria Cappelletti

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Rasmus Storm

Rasmus Storm

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Erin Spens

Erin Spens

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David Wilson

David Wilson

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John Malinoski

John Malinoski

John Malinoski is deliberate, from his calculated speech, to his intensity in the classroom, to his thoughtfully restrained use of color and form. His lifestyle and work playfully coexist within an established set of parameters, making it difficult to tell which reflects which. John is a designer, a poet, a novice beekeeper, a puppet maker, an […]

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