Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine
Hostem Hector Magazine

East London’s Hostem (we paid a visit over here) return with the second issue of their arts based store magazine. Formerly known as Sebastian, each issue is said to represent a different type of man. The latest, Hector, is described as “an erudite activist concerned with politics, humanities and parity,” (you know the sort) with the journal designed to look like a radical newspaper. Super sinister, the scrawled, defaced front cover is a reference to the french presidential campaign, designed by artist Pascal Fellonneau. Inside you’ll find features and interviews from the likes of Maurizo Amadei, Blommers/Schumm, Hermann Nitsch, Julian Stallabrass and m.a+. Find your copy online and in-store, full list of stockists here.

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