"Buffalo is a universe in the form of a magazine: an experimental publication on aesthetics, arts, and self–expression. It comes out whenever it can and exists forever. An editorial project based in Madrid and London. With a focus on featuring new talents and timeless icons from a very personal perspective: an intimate, in–depth approach with a hint of poetry and a punk wink.
Buffalo Zine no. 2 is made up of two siamese volumes that talk to one another. Creators, more than artists, and their work blend into one story; the story of existence itself. Adolescence, friends, sex and sexuality, the importance of normal things, art without a gallery, style without a stylist. Strangers that have a lot to say, and street style in a literal sense.
In this issue: the creatures of the night meet with the women from The Raincoats, Chloë Sevigny chats with her best friend, Tony Ward bares his soul, Larry Clark talks about politics and the mysteries of life, and Michael Jackson’s official portrait artist says he is not as smart as people think. The contents are presented with so much realism that they become immortal, like Kurt Cobain’s last home, or photographing Salem next to a swimming pool."