The sixth printed issue of MITT introduces a new co-publishing collaboration with After Hours, spotlights on man made goods around Australia and a look at a typographer's portfolio of work. Plus featured...
The sixth printed issue of MITT introduces a new co-publishing collaboration with After Hours, spotlights on man made goods around Australia and a look at a typographer's portfolio of work. Plus featured profiles on Tokyo based Masaya Kuroki, one half of the fashion brand Maison Kitsuné, London based music guru Bradley Zero and industrial designer Henry Wilson in Sydney. Also written and photographic essays including riding your motorbike on the open road, reimagining selfies at the ripe young age of 62, photographing the urban banality of Los Angeles with George Byrne, a love letter to one man's garden and a rediscovered appreciation for our mothers. Lastly, a look at the street styles of New York Fashion Week: Men's.
PUBLISHED MARCH 2017
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