Entries in Huge Magazine (8)
—01. Objects USA by Ricky Swallow.
—02. TooLs: Real Stuff for Future Classics.
—03. Whole American Warehouse.
—04. Made in Portland.
A must-have based on Nicholas Haggard's photographs and Ricky Swallow's 'Objects USA' piece, the latest edition of Huge also features TooLs, London's Calvert Avenue, Shawn Stüssy, an illustrated A-Z of American classics, and a guide to life in Brooklyn. An essential issue if ever there was one.
—01. Huge x Found MUJI.
Ryan recently highlighted both the new issue of Huge and their exhibition at Found MUJI in Tokyo. The Pop-up shop has now opened and Hypebeast have just put online a series of photos from the opening party.
—01. Issue 92 cover.
—02. HUGE x Found Muji.
The latest issue of HUGE magazine celebrates products and craftsman from the USA. Combing the country for interesting creators and items, the team from HUGE has put together a special issue to coincide with their exhibition at Found Muji beginning April 24th.
—01. Flower Directory.
—02. The Bloom of Color.
—03. Unpublished Hackney Flowers.
—04. Black and Red.
Focused but extremely varied, the majority of January's Huge is dedicated to flowers. I had a flick through it before leaving Tokyo and it's one the best issues of any magazine I've seen in a while. Looking forward to our copies arriving this week.
—01 & 02. Portraits from One Ocean, All Lands.
The November issue of Huge features a short, but striking Nanamica editorial - One Ocean, All Lands - styled by Lambda Takahashi and photographed by Taro Mizutani who shot the Supreme story for Issue 04 of Inventory. It's not easy to put together something like this, but it couldn't have turned out any better, and is one of the strong points in another very good issue.
—01. A spread from the Land Use chapter.
'Tools: Real Stuff for Future Classics' is the first publication to be released under Huge magazine's new "book label", Huzine. 164 pages in length and featuring 282 'tools', the book is divided into 4 chapters - Shed & Shelter, Work to Do, Land Use and Feel at Home. The items included satisfy a strict set of criteria and combine to form a beautiful catalogue that preserves them in print for years to come.