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    The fourth issue of WOUND Magazine weaves its “Mineral” theme through music, fashion, architecture and art features; art direction and graphic de… Read More
    The fourth issue of WOUND Magazine weaves its “Mineral” theme through music, fashion, architecture and art features; art direction and graphic design is by Ben Slater. Read Less
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The fourth issue of Wound Magazine had the theme “Mineral”
At the beginning of the sixties there was Tree. Intelligent, rebellious, curious and beautiful, she singlehandedly
created a look that pushed the boundaries of beauty and helped define a decade. Many have
emulated, none has surpassed. A true beauty. An original supermodel. Penelope.
Wendy Bevan: photographer, artist, musician, designer, burlesque dancer…
 
Statuesque – models Amandine @ Major Paris and Chad White @ Major Ny directed by Laurent Dombrowicz
Elements – “Crème de la Mer” body serum and “Nars” body glow body shimmer
Aqua Shock – Lina Mihailova by photographer Satoshi Minakawa, Fashion Editor Yasuhiro Takehisa
Renaissance – Christina Carey models Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, photographed by Stefano Moro
Fracture – beauty editor Nora Nona, hair by Soren Bach @ Frank Agency
Kaleidoscope – Make-Up: Nora Nona, Image Manipulation: Phil Slater, Photographer: Simon Harris, Fashion Editor: Charles Adesanya
Cathy De Monchaux: “Mind The Gash”
Uta Kögelsberger: Paradise Now
Zoë Walker & Neil Bromwich: “Reservoir Dogma Revisited” – A space age white platform floats in a large expanse of water.
It provides a home for 
a Jacuzzi into which people in quirky futuristic outfits occasionally slip.
Bastard Batty Bass – a group of creatives who have come together to make creative and artistic products and manifestations of various forms from a shared position and sensibility, of which a raucous, tongue-in-cheek immediacy and a sense of humour is the constant given.
 
The Artists’ Playground – within the landscape, set against the staggering backdrop of the Tudor Sudeley Castle in England and amongst the eerily gothic grounds, lies an eclectic and unexpected mix of art installations from some of the world’s leading artists and designers.
 
Wound Magazine 4 was produced with two alternative covers; this one shows Olga Sherer @ Major Milano