NoMa speaks with Andrew Savage from Parquet Courts about the handmade aesthetic of his record covers, formative LP designs, and the difference between cultural and capitalistic artwork.
The Black Dice member and visual artist opts for compositional elegance in his fifth solo show.
Author Sam Knee documents the sartorial influence of Morrissey, Stephen Pastel, Sterling Morrison's boots and the roots of UK indie fashion of the '80s in his new book, A Scene In Between: Tripping Through the Fashions of UK Indie Music 1980- 1988.
Frontman for smart-ass punk acts Obits/Hot Snakes/Drive Like Jehu/Pitchfork in a rare conversation on his art and inspiration
The modern cartoonist makes a triumphant return to the city that raised him.
The Chicago artist talks queer history research snacking and living like a nomad in grease-powered buses.
What's inside the mind of Roman Coppola? The music video director for Phoenix and The Strokes, Wes Anderson collaborator, and filmmaker behind stylish and beguiling features CQ and Charles Swan tells us how working on Rumblefish and seeing Fellini films changed his life forever.
This Los Angeles wardobe stylist for Rodarte, Elijah Wood, and Autumn De Wilde brings groovy personal style to an A-frame in the hills.
The filmmakers behind the new documentary tell us about the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll social experiment that was The Source Family.
A tattoo studio flowers in Chicago, but it didn’t blossom overnight.
You won’t find this key figure in the Stones Throw inner circle on Google Image, but you know his sleeve designs for the one-of-a-kind Los Angeles label. Jeff Jank gives Nothing Major a rare glimpse behind the scenes in underground hip-hop. But, with Jank, many of the mysteries remain intact.
The former Vice editor's quarterly mag goes deeper than of-the-moment hip mixing smart punk writing, highbrow literature, groundbreaking photography, important poetry, and contemporary art.
The graphic designer/artist talks about finding his way from the land of Friday Night Lights to a career as a go-to designer with a knack for reviving the past, and how being perpetually earnest can be a bit depressing.
The Portland artist says his fantastic worlds need nourishment to grow.
The menswear photographer issues his first photo book, and it's not quite what you'd expect.
The comic book artist and writer would have been 96 today. We take a look at some of "King" Kirby's greatest and strangest moments.
The Engineered Garments/Nepenthes designer keeps a low-profile, but his passion for great clothes continues to inspire many a start-up label and clothing-conscious individual.
The Austrian-born, typography-tweaking graphic designer takes a stark view on what makes us tick in his latest exhibition, The Happy Show.
The New York photographer and filmmaker on his latest book, his attitude towards work, trends in personal grooming, and those jealous boyfriends. Note: This article contains NSFW images.
For over a century, the Seattle brand has outfitted us for adventure in the outdoors. With a new state-of-the-art factory and HQ, it's poised to take us through the next century. Nothing Major queries Filson CEO Alan Kirk on the company's guiding principles and newfound appeal with the urban set.