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Photo © Icarus Blake

Photo © Icarus Blake

Icarus Blake & Max Power: Editors in Chief
Lora Wiley: Managing Editor
Teo J. Babini: Senior Editor
Greta Pininfarina: Fashion Director
Miko Sala: Art Director
Tiffany Credle: Senior Publishing Editor
Daniel Cardona: Graphic Designer
Luigi Scarcella: Graphic Illustrator
Matt Heidkamp: Editorial Producer and eCommerce Manager
Nancy Cooper: Finance Supervisor
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Contributors to this issue:

Gianna Leo Falcon/The American Dream
Gianna Leo Falcon is a self taught female photographer based in New york city, she draws her inspirations from those around her and many if not all of the people she shoots are friends, family members, or lovers… She aims to convey people has honestly as she can, and strays from the more commercial work that seems to be popping up every where like wild fire…  A little dark and rough around the edges, Gianna’s work is sure to make you feel something….

Filippo ‘Phil Sick’ Anniballi/A Cockney Thanksgiving: Introducing John Madden’s Turducken Special Goes Mental
Italian writer, journalist, and performer, born in 1976. Grew up in New York, and lived between Italy, the U.S., England, and Canada. His stories and essays have appeared in underground magazines such as Thorazine, Catastrophe, and Vice Magazine. He worked for the Big Issue, and published Milingo Contro Tutti (2009), which was GQ Italy’s book of the month in July of the same year. He often appears in projects and short films (turbofilms) by Alterazioni Video impersonating himself and other dubious characters.

Caterina Clerici/BINGO
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.

PDW Photography/Otto’s Tacos: Carve the… Taco?
Patrice D. Waite is a NYC based photographer and videographer. Born and raised in Brooklyn Patrice, better known as Tricey, spends most of her time on the streets of New York capturing moments with her 60D. Never without her camera, she plans on traveling the world capturing every moment one snap at a time.

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