Caramel Fall Dreams

Photo © Luca Babini

Photo © Luca Babini


Icarus Blake: Editor in Chief
Lora Wiley: Managing Editor
Teo J. Babini: Senior Editor
Greta Pininfarina: Fashion Director
Miko Sala: Art Director
Tiffany Credle: Senior Publishing Editor
Luigi Scarcella: Graphic Illustrator
Nancy Cooper: Finance Supervisor
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Meghan Boody/No More Blood with Meghan Boody
Meghan Boody tells fantastical stories through pictures about women and girls in predicaments. Compelled to leave their ordinary lives, her young subjects venture into territories of the bogeyman where they must confront their fears and brave dark forces. Female versions of the male heroic quest, these photo novellas unfold in Boody’s unique brew of fairy tale, myth and personal memory. Boody is a born and bred New Yorker. After receiving her B.A. from Georgetown University, she moved to Paris to study fashion design at Parsons. There she took an Intro to Photography course on a whim and  fell in love with the medium. Upon returning to NYC, she apprenticed with photographer Hans Namuth, the chronicler of Jackson Pollack and other noted artists of his day. After three years of training with Namuth, Boody quickly developed her own voice. Integrating Photoshop and digital compositing into her work in the early ‘90s, Boody is considered a pioneer of this new technology. She has exhibited her work widely since the late 1980’s. Recent shows include “Radical Terrain” at the Rubin Museum, NYC; “Magical Realism” at the Houston Center for Photography; and “Fairy Tales, Monsters and the Genetic Imagination” at the Frist Center for Visual Art in Nashville, TN. Her work is in important collections including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Herbert F Johnson Museum at Cornell University and The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Tasmania. She is represented by Rick Wester Fine Art in NYC, Imago Gallery in California and by Thomas Truehaft Inc for commercial commissions. Boody’s otherworldly art and homes have been featured in The Telegraph Magazine, Marie Claire, Homes & Gardens and New York Magazine.

Caterina Clerici/The 4 Riders of the Apocalypse/Killah Hills 10304: No Ebola in Little Liberia
Caterina is a Milanese independent journalist who landed in New York via London. She writes/photographs/records AND reads about diaspora communities, social issues, Tuareg music, mental illness, Liberia, and sometimes the joys of living in Brooklyn, of course.

Thor Benson /I Already Love to Hate you, Los Angeles/It’s Time to Give up on Everything
Thor Benson is a traveling writer currently based in Portland, Oregon. Benson has been featured in literary journals across the country, including: Black Heart Magazine, Empirical Magazine, The Conium Review, FictionBrigade, and more. He is also a freelance journalist for publications like Vice Magazine,, and DailyKos. Benson can be found at a run-down whiskey bar.

Joe Sonnenblick/We are losing sight in Ferguson
Joe Sonnenblick is an actor and writer, has studied under the tutelage of New York’s dope fiends, pushers, vagrants and women. Thanks to coffee and pot.

Christopher McKenney/Weird in the Woods
A conceptual photographer from Pennsylvania specializing in horror surrealist photography. Christopher is a internationally published artist and is featured on countless blogs across the web.

Isabel Chiara/Isabel Chiara is Inside

Isabel Chiara is a freelance illustrator and designer based in Spain. She holds a degree from The Art Institute Sevilla in Illustration and Graphic Design.

Gregg Segal/7 Days of Garbage
Gregg Segal studied photography and film at California Institute of the Arts. After detouring through film and an MFA from New York University in dramatic writing, Segal returned to photography with a writer’s sense of theme and irony. His photography has been recognized with awards from American Photography, Communication Arts, PDN and the Society of Publication Designers. Segal’s portraiture is regularly featured in Time, Fortune, Wired, and ESPN. Segal won the Jury’s choice award at the Tokyo International Photography Festival in 2013. Recent solo exhibits include None of the Above at Blue Sky Gallery (Portland, OR) and State of the Union at The O. Winston Link Museum (Roanoke, VA).

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