TUNICA was founded in June 2012, inspired by a desire to assemble a new concept that curates talent across a variety of media and practices, as well as to provide a fresh and contemporary alternative in the art community.
TUNICA contributors represent a wide range of international and cutting-edge artistic disciplines. It is always curated collaboratively and covers illustration, photography, features articles, fiction and interviews, but is not just limited to the art. TUNICA is based in New York, with satellites in Barcelona, Paris and Mexico.
TUNICA is masterminded by different art directors, guest editors, and an influential team of creative minds who advocate a different approach to creating, which constantly renews TUNICA’s form and content. The result is more than a gallery, studio, or magazine, it is an evolving series of exclusive and collectible projects, with a vision of art that challenges commercial standards.
TUNICA studio specializes its practice in a wide range of fields. We leverage our contributors and engage the public through exhibitions and dynamic events held internationally. We provide a full suite of creative services including brand consultancy, art direction, and creative production spanning the realms of art, fashion, and culture.
TUNICA Studio synthesizes the international expertise of its various members to create truly remarkable content, whichever the medium.
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TUNICA studio offers the following creative services: Art direction, Consulting, Graphic Design, Photography, Video, Branding, Editorial, Web, Curatorial projects, Publishing and Production. TUNICA Studio synthesizes the international expertise of its various members to create truly remarkable content, whichever the medium.
Spoonbill & Sugartown
Art Book / MOMA PS1
Lafayette smoke shop
Needles & Pens
Press: works on paper
Little Paper Planes
Hennessey + Ingalls
Floating world comics
Table of Contents
Drawn & Quarterly
Working title shop
Grabiel Garcia Marquez
I love paper
Waiting for the sun
Artwords (Rivington Street)
Artwords (Broadway Market)
Charlotte Street News
Do you read me
Gudberg Nerger GmbH
LOREM (not Ipsum)
Book Art Center
From the books
TUNICASTUDIO.COM was launched as the digital arm of the TUNICA brand. Like our print magazine, it champions the same traits and values that define the TUNICA community and publishes content related to art, design, fashion, music, and culture. Optimized for mobile platforms, the website also boasts our e-commerce experience and includes exclusive content covering events, exhibitions, behind-the-scenes insights, and new collaborations. Written and edited by a dedicated team of international contributors, TUNICASTUDIO.COM highlights content too urgent to wait for print. The website occupies a dynamic digital space that is able to adapt to TUNICA’s diverse projects, optimize media placements, and prioritize click-through-rates and calls-to-action.
TUNICA attracts a demanding audience that has a voracious appetite for challenging and innovative material outside the domain of traditional art and fashion titles. They crave and seek out content with creative integrity. They revel in impulsive expression, indulge in general mischief, embrace the unorthodox, and have a taste for the raw. They are makers and iconoclasts in contemporary art, media, and fashion. They are affluent working professionals with strong purchasing power. But above all, they are tastemakers that emanate cultural influence. From architects, hoteliers, and artists, to collectors, journalists, and entrepreneurs. Our readership reflects our belief that there is no limit to the consumer profile of creating, influencing, and responding to global trends.
TUNICA leverage their contributors and engage the public through exhibitions and dynamic events for different brands and projects held internationally. At the same time they run TUNICA Gallery, consisting of Pop up spaces located in New York, Barcelona, Paris, Berlin and Mexico City. This space also does as studio office, meet- ing room and bookstore, and is available for events, releases or presentations.