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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