DUST is a biannual fashion and art publication based in Berlin.
Issue #22 – THE SPANISH ISSUE
From DUST on issue 21: "This issue of DUST and its title differ from the concepts and themes we have developed over the last decade, attempting to explore the contemporary experience of youths from an existential perspective within the context of the times we live in. Instead, this issue is personal, centred around a place we hold dear. We have chosen Spain for many reasons: its location, its people, its spirit, as well as its ease of being unpretentious and real. Or, perhaps, for its way of looking ahead and prioritising individuality over traditional beliefs. Or, maybe, even because it's a country that isn't scared of change and takes on challenges boldly. We love Spain, especially because of its fervent youths and how they are now bringing their heritage alive, finally finding their voice in contemporary culture. For all these reasons, this issue of DUST and its title differ from the concepts and themes we have developed over the last decade. This is a personal issue with a first-person perspective on the country we now call home. This is our Spanish Issue."
Issue contributors include: Miguel Adrover, Ventura Barba, Jacopo Bedussi, Eduardo Casanova, Brian Aivars Catlos, Chris Cotonou, Alessia de Navasques, Elizabeth Duval, Elsa Fernández-Santos, Michele Fossi, Philip Alexandre Livchitz, Alled Martinez, Giuliana Matarrese, Guy Oseary, Enric Palau, Alejandro Gómez Palomo, Aitor Salinas, Pedro Almodóvar, Adrian Bernal, Nico Bustos, Jaime Cabrera Huidobro, Juan Corrales, Tati Cotliar, Penélope Cruz, Gary David Moore, Fede Delibes, Marc Forne, Adrián González-Cohen, Guitarricadelafuente, Bad Gyal, Luigi & Iango, Jon Kortajarena, Bruce LaBruce, Aitor Laspiur, Alba Melendo, Antonio Mingot, Mitch, Ángela Molina, Suffo Moncloa, Kito Muñoz, Rossy de Palma, Iván Pellicer, Jorge Ortiz Perez, Michael Philouze, Arón Piper, Gorka Postigo, June Postigo, Manu Rios, Martiño Rivas, Olivier Rizzo, Lola Rodríguez, Ana Rujas, Miriam Sánches, Sen Senra, James Valeri, Willy Vanderperre, Nono Vázquez, Luis Venegas, Álex Villazán, Hamish Wirgman, and more!
9 x 12", 447 pages
Note: Each issue of Dust is wrapped in cellophane, which sometimes opens and tears in transit. Open or broken cellophane wrap is not considered damage. On rare occasions, if cellophane is open to a degree that it's no longer performing its job, it will be removed entirely and the magazine will be shipped in alternate protective wrapping.