07.04.09 by Jeff

The New Order / Issue #1

The inaugural issue of The New Order magically arrived at my doorstep, and it is an impressive debut. It is a quarterly art and fashion publication from the folks behind Slamxhype, and the highlight for me is the A2 sized fold-out Conor Harrington poster (and interview)! It is only a matter of time before this guy is everywhere. Other interviews include: Herbert Baglione, José Parla, Geoff McFetridge, and Mark Gonzales.

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Ian Cox just just emailed to say he was the one who took the photo that was used for this poster, here’s his Flickr.


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the new order magazine conor harrington

the new order magazine conor harrington

the new order magazine conor harrington

the new order magazine conor harrington













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Thanks for the peak inside Issue #1! I’ve really been looking forward to this – especially since Jose Parla is in it… Nice! -B

    Posted to: http://benmurphyonline.com/news/2009/04/07/the-new-order-issue-1/

  • judging by the couple photos you put up, this mag looks great. so i bought a copy!

  • The magazine looks great, waiting for my copy to arrive.

    The Harrington poster looks good ;0)

  • Omg I would do terrible disgusting things for that issue to land magically on my doorstep! All the images look pretty crazy.
    p.s Im pretty sure we have the same red and blue plaid shirt.. good choice.





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