Skin and InkSkin and Ink is the leading and most read magazine as far as the domain of skin art is concerned. It is US's most widely read periodical for body art. Anyone who is passionate about this form of art has to lay his hands upon this magazine. Be it the classical "hand- poked" style of tattooing or any recent rendition of this ever-growing art form- you name it and you get to know about them from S&I. The Skin& Ink magazine comes once every month and all body art enthusiasts are enthralled by its vivid myriad and at the same time varied offerings. The magazine provides with a large number of tattooed images and photographs which are equally exciting proposition for its readers. The S&I magazine's Back Issue takes entries from its readers who are already inked and they share their entire experience the meaning of their tattoo what it stands for -in short the whole ink-ing experience. The Back Issue article of the magazine also provides with the first hand snapshots of the readers tattoos. The Convention Announcement part of the periodical gives news and updates of any upcoming "tattooing" event in various parts of the country. The Skin& Ink is thus a dependable source providing information about the world and art of tattooing. It is pretty much like an amateur's guide to the realm of body-art. As well as it equally elucidates upon the nitty-gritty technicalities of this form of art that attracts more mature readers.The issues of Skin& Ink are written in crisp lucid easily intelligible language making it extremely reader-friendly and at the same time they are enriched by the writings of some of the big-wigs of the tattooing world like Juli Moon Pat Sinatra and Kari Barba among many others.Here's calling all body-art enthusiasts to get hold of your copy of S&I today.
Total Film magazine is a highly popular and very well known movie magazine selling the second highest in Britain. Published thirteen times a year every four weeks the publication garners a lot of attention and analysis since its establishment in 1997.The magazine is divided into sections such as dialogue buzz agenda etc. Dialogue basically is an area of interaction between the readers and Total Film Magazine. It consists of letters opinions emails and feedback about the magazine or any event that may have been portrayed by the publication. Buzz is the news section of the publication where details on upcoming films photographs on-set visits and 'sneak peeks' are included.Agenda in Total Film Magazine provides movie reviews for lesser known films and those that have been looked over. Many columnists also write regularly for the publication. Screen section of the periodical focuses on the min review section where every new movie for that month is critically analyzed and torn apart. With a rating of five stars and a predicted graph of its performance the peering into the inside story is complete. A short verdict is presented by the magazine which more or less decides the fate of the specific movie.The end of the section also presents the flashbacks to old classics and a nostalgia relation topic and most importantly it also showcases the UK and the US box office charts for the month. The last section deals with the home entertainment guide that is called the Lounge. It provides information about the DVD and blue-ray copies of the various movies and their reviews. In the end of this section a columnist can also talk about a controversial movie. Thus this systematic presentation of information makes it the best buy for a visual entertainment enthusiast.
All the important menswear designer collections from Milan and Paris in one compact issue including extensive and richly illustrated overviewsHighlights:A total of 74 designer collections on 157 pagesIncluding a compelling introduction into the actual menswear trends illustrated by exemplary outfit photosAnalysis and annotation of typical fashion aspects as seen in the Paris and Milan collectionsShort profiles of the designers and brandsPer issue one designer interview and a report about Pitti Immagine Uomo in FlorenceSeveral pages long special about accessoriesGood value for moneyIndex of all collections shown with contact dataBilingual: English/Japanese