“in bosnia and herzegovina you can be one of four things: serb, croat, bosniak, or one of the others. i belong to the others.”
- @jasminbrutus in his essay about bosnian roma people from our sold out first issue. story online now —>
Photographer @jasminbrutus documents the lives of bosnian roma people - their ingenuity and resilience in the face of discrimination - and explains why he checks the “other” box on official documents in solidarity with them.
“as you move through this life and this world you change things slightly, you leave marks behind, however small. and in return, life and travel leave marks on you. most of the time, those marks — on your body or on your heart — are beautiful. often, though, they hurt.”
- anthony bourdain, a huge inspiration for boat magazine 💔 rest in peace
Morocco was dubbed “the shining star of the arab spring,” an example of what peaceful governance in the middle east can look like after such an uprising. @simon.vidal and @kamilakstanley set out to capture what that means for tangier. don’t miss these photos!
Tangier, a moroccan port town right on the strait of gibraltar, has been around since the 5th century. this ancient town has gone through many iterations, and is once again feeling the stretch of growth, development, and changing expectations. photographers @kamilakstanley + @simon.vidal spent time capturing a pivotal moment in this unique city’s life. more of these beautiful photos online now —> bio
Copies of our la issue are still for sale from our website, and it is still full of pure goodness, and it still pairs well with rosé: @moses, @warpaintwarpaintofficial, @eamesoffice, @moby, @whiteseamusic, @superhumanoids, @eatyourdrink, @robertmontgomerystudio, @misterfreedomstore, @mohawkgeneralstore, @jayafish, @slabcitycommunitygroup
Roaming lima at night in search of all the different ways cockfighting goes down: secret makeshift arenas, grand stadiums, city squares.... photographer @clementjolin and writer @erinspens covered it for us —> link in bio 🐓
“if you research fighting cocks, you’ll go back to ancient egypt, 3000 years before christ, you’ll see fighting c***s there. go back to ancient china, persia – you’ll see fighting c***s there, too. why? because the c**k fights. because he fights. it’s that simple.” - guillermo siles, peruvian fighting c**k breeder and trainer, whose pedigreed roosters win best breed year after year. 📸 @clementjolin
story online now —> link in bio
Peru’s most popular sport is not soccer as you might imagine, it’s cockfighting. with an estimated 6% of the country’s population directly involved in the industry, writer @erinspens and photographer @clementjolin set off to document the popular, bloody sport. this is what they found—> [link in bio]