The second issue of Good Trouble magazine – the increasingly confusingly numbered 'Good Trouble Issue 22', created by former Dazed & Confused editor Rod Stanley and designed by graphic virtuosos Richard Turley and Sophie Abady.
(NB: Price in dollars because we are based in NYC, but this ships from UK. One copy: p&p in UK FREE, $4 Europe, $10 US & rest of world. Multiple copies priced by weight.)
Huge broadsheet newspaper format (page size 23” by 16.5”)! Inky zine joy! 32 PAGES of art, creativity, protest and resistance! Includes pull-out 'Unmanifesto' poster section featuring exclusive art by Wolfgang Tillmans, Sara Rahbar, Boychild, Scott King, Torbjørn Rødland, Helena Foster + more, curated by Francesca Gavin.
Four separate covers, including three from Dan Martensen's portrait series of notable New York City activists – including high-profile immigration rights activist Ravi Ragbir, the Resistance Revival Chorus, and Darian Agostini of Make the Road NY. The fourth is Jex Blackmore, a radical artist, activist and Satanist who performs public rituals that take aim at institutions of social and sexual oppression (shot by Alex Austin in Detroit). Equal number of covers printed, allocated at random. They're all good.
Also includes a studio visit in Brooklyn with celebrated contemporary artist Hank Willis Thomas. Going for a drink with Viz's Barney Farmer, author of Drunken Bakers, The Male Online and other painfully funny takes on modern British society. A conversation with outspoken Edinburgh three-piece rap trio Young Fathers. Philosophy with Patricia MacCormack and Warren Ellis. And a chat with 95-year-old WWII veteran and activist Harry Leslie Smith about his upcoming crowdfunded tour of the world’s refugee hotspots.
Plus: Artist Taxi Driver, Downtown for Democracy, Molly Crabapple and Marwan Hirsham, Amplifier Foundation, protest in South Korea, the Guerrilla Girls, the Rev. Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping, Sea-Watch, Steve Lazarides, and Yinka Shonibare. And some other stuff like The Brexit TV Times.
Proceeds will go to RAICES, a nonprofit agency promoting justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees, and helping to reunite families that have been separated upon entry into the US.
OMG stop talking already I want one of these ridiculously brilliant and collectable publications now before it sells out
(Limited to eight copies per order in UK; three copies per order internationally. For stockist enquiries and to shower us with praise, email us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org)
The last 50 copies or so of our first issue, 'Issue 23', are still available