Liminul Magazine presents Hug Me Tie. In response to society’s deeply ingrained perceptions of gender roles, this editorial emerges with a profound purpose: to dismantle these stereotypes and challenge the prevailing notion that men are the sole embodiment of industriousness, professionalism, and dominance, while women’s contributions in the workplace are often undermined and dismissed.
On the first pages of LIGNES DE FUITE volume three, Editor-In-Chief Milan Tanedjikov writes, “Originality is fleeing towards yourself,” a central theme which courses through the Canadian talent incubators latest iteration of their annual eponymous publication.
Wolfgang Tillman’s To Look Without Fear, currently exhibiting at the Art Gallery of Ontario until October 1st 2023, is a retrospective of the German photographer’s oeuvre.
Introducing “DOG / MEETS / CHAINSAW”, an editorial project created by Montreal-based creative director and stylist Rym Guimili, in collaboration with a talented team of local artists.
In the bustling Ville de Montreal, where the cosmopolitan vibe blends seamlessly with a rich cultural heritage, creatives are redefining the Canadian fashion landscape with their unique perspectives on diversity.
Transparency is highlighted when one juxtaposes life encased in a luxurious home and what life was like once before. The elegantly raunchy styling strikes a balance between an opulent existence within a large, concrete mansion (complete with a built-in aquarium) and being wild at heart; wanting to push boundaries.
The first book by photographer Shae Detar, titled Another World, depicts a perfect world inhabited entirely by women. The pages of the book are vividly saturated with color, showing the subjects of the artist roaming through vast, natural landscapes in complete nudity.
Aida Amoako is an arts and culture writer based in London who is known for her careful and critical analysis of a variety of subjects.