Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Print is dead according to Oyster Magazine - which insists it is very much alive

Frockwriter recently gave you a sneak peek at a Cassi van den Dungen editorial in the new issue of Oyster Magazine, Australia's longest-surviving indie glossy, which continues to hang in there in spite of a spate of recent problems. The new issue (#85) hits today and here is the pretty awesome cover starring Annabella from Priscillas. The issue features fashion editorials from Elvis Di Fazio, Liz Ham and Bec Parsons, styling by Rinney Lennox, Jolyon Mason and Imogene Barron and the first full-length shoot from the recent SOYA award (photography) winner, Nirrimi Hakanson. Jamie Huckbody has an interview with Pierre Cardin and a tribute to Irving Penn and Indigo Clarke has penned a profile on New York DJs. The book is 210 pages (up from 156 last issue, although they did skip one issue) and the new retail price is A$9.95.


Anonymous said...

YUCK! and what's the point of writing print is dead! on the cover of a magazine. Not ironic and definitely not impressive.

Anonymous said...

go fuck yourself anonymous!



keep up the good work oyster!

loving the new look!

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