TUNICA Issue No. 3.
Cover: Ryan de la Hoz & Memphis Group
To promote in every possible way the interests of the arts, recognizing no taboos.
It’s here that we stand as particles, as a whole, like a body in a continuous drift, longing for a place to fuse and elevate its deeds.
The postmodern scene is a good picture, we admire your energy, silently, expectantly, Ma-ga-zine ‘de vers’.
Enormous Youngsters, you and Artists are the only things (you don’t mind being called things?) leaving the world with a little life in it.
You are the word of change and prevalence, all emphatic ions.
A word of advice; leave works of art alone, the ego is a great enemy of progress, a modern caricature.
A Tunica is what we all would wear in our hope against oblivion.
Staying power! Brave comrades!
Chen & Kai
Anna EbornScreen Shots From
"From Paris with love"
"The Order of Things and All That"
Not a Painting, Nor a Common Object: Waxing on Los Angeles & The Colby Poster Printing Company
The Office of Culture & Design
Mika Diana & Heather Benjamin
Nick Van Woert
Destroy All Movies
"The Complete Guide to Punks on Film"
Gavin Russom & Food Pyramid
"Beyond The Transcendental Dance"
Long distance poison
"Playing in Rivers of Electricity"
"Kuu Suu Luu Moon, Mouth, Bone"
Liza St. JamesMAREE BASSE excerpted from “Rixdorf”
"Roman A Clef"
The Sears Roebuck Building
The Jacob Riis Bathhouse
La cote du design
Dan Graham VS Denise Scott Brown
The Missing Record
Wah Wah Records
Ryan de la Hoz
Patricia ruiz del Portal
"From Her to Eternity"
"No, No, Yes, No, No"