A magazine celebrating the age of the Indigo Kid. With a textured cover, pull out artwork and bits to write responses in.
Including interviews with Yoko Ono, Graham Hancock and the secret photo diary of Suki Waterhouse. Plus columns from tattoo icon Grace Neutral, cunt columnist Kandy Warhol and the beat hitch-hiker Karina Abdusalamova. Plus loads of human beings expressing what it is to be human; expressive, mind independent and “badly behaved”.
Creative minds have come together in this issue to share their stories of why independent creativity and anti-mainstream behaviour has affected their life. Such as how Crohn’s Disease inspired a world wide street art movement; why talking to strangers in the Californian desert pays off; and what it feels like to realise you’re a mermaid.
Plus the classroom pages for you to fill up on life skills such as how to stay young, forever – the Betty Dodson way (inc. pot-smoking and regular orgasms).