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Lampoon 26: The Muscles Issue
Lampoon 26: The Muscles Issue
Lampoon 26: The Muscles Issue
Lampoon 26: The Muscles Issue
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Lampoon 26: The Muscles Issue

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Lampoon is a magazine with an editorial identity based on respect for all human diversity. We support anyone who wants to bring a positive message of civic and social engagement. To construct our narrative, we investigate contemporary aesthetics. We produce editorial photography by bringing creativity and fashion in progress, challenging the state of the art.

The title Lampoon 26 is not about generic and varied strength – the word is muscles. Muscles that can hold you in a hug and belong to respectable people. They cultivate restlessness and subtle fervor: they profess vanity, have fun, and entertain others. They don’t care what other people think; those who want to feel part of a group, a pack – this is the only difference between the people we want to talk about and the lions. People who know how to use their muscles when with you use their strength to be with you.

Featured in Lampoon 26: Francesca Amfitheatrof, Davide Angeli, Maxime Ballesteros, Julian Bedel, Rid Burman, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Maisie Cousins, Durk Dehner, Michele De Lucchi, Daniele Fummo, Vitali Gelwich, Roman Goebel, Mathieu Lehanneur, Tereza Mundilova, Lorcan O’Neill, Otobong Nkanga, Niki Pauls, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Spyros Rennt, Paul Smith, Linder Sterling, Winter Vandenbrink, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Pinar Yolaçan.

Published by Lampoon Magazine
Softcover
432 pages
242 x 332 mm
ISBN 22420798520026

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