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ISSUE 25: THE MANIA ISSUE
For HYPEBEAST Magazine’s commemorative 25th edition, they chose to focus on “Mania” – the blindsided obsession, the fixation driven almost to the point of madness that serve as apt descriptors for our culture of blind materialism today.
Within this issue, different facets of mania are explored – careers which require decades of intense concentration such as that of a chef, visual artist, craftsman, athlete – as well as sectors situated at the epicenter youth (and adult) fixation including video games and football.
HYPEBEAST asked the man who often finds himself in the thick of it all, Takashi Murakami, to front this issue’s cover with one of his instantly recognizable works – along with a resealable box that comes in three colorways. He speaks about the darker side to his works, and his journey to becoming one of the most prolific contemporary artists of today
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HYPEBEAST MAGAZINE : ISSUE 20 Made in collaboration with Off-White™ frontman Virgil Abloh, this issue delves into the many forms of charismata. Without an appropriate word to capture this multifaceted appeal, the 20th edition of HYPEBEAST...
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HYPEBEAST MAGAZINE ISSUE 23: THE SEQUENCE ISSUE We originally set out to learn about the journeys of a few individuals who are enjoying blazingly successful careers, and were promptly reminded that something else lies beyond the linear progress we associate with hard work – more specifically, a host of murky decisions and the odd piece of luck, towed laboriously along the road to glory by a vague-yet-pressing instinct to do something that matters to us. The latest installment of HYPEBEAST Magazine Issue 23: The Sequence Issue is an unintentionally-ironic collection of missteps, triumphs and candor – stories from whom we assumed have it made proving that they too, often didn’t have things figured out. Verdy, the leading man of Girls Don’t Cry and who designed an exclusive cover for us this issue, currently finds himself at the forefront of a label gaining traction at an exponential rate, yet his first product from Girls Don’t Cry wasn’t made for sale. Andrew Richardson tells us about his youth and the story behind Richardson Magazine’s beginnings in the late 90s, a risqué publication even within the context of today. We speak to Shane Gonzales about his label Midnight Studios and how he’s keeping punk alive and kicking.