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Turbokolor Press Tribute Series x VNA

Born out of an appreciation for the art of printed magazines, our good friends at Turbokolor set about to create a series of T-shirts featuring designs made by Swanski, their Art Director, in collaboration with individuals from selected publications.

The guys at Turbokolor hold the strong belief that tangible magazines should not be left in the darkened corners of the past but instead celebrated and acknowledged as the foundation of our modern blog and online culture. VNA welcomed the opportunity to take a stand for the importance of printed text and imagery and so jumped on board at the offer of a collaborative Tee.

Other magazines involved in the project were Amateur (Switzerland), Modart, Lodown & Streetwear Today (Germany). The series premieres in the 1st week of June at the Turbokolor flagship store in Warsaw and online at store.turbokolor.com.

Poland North to South. Part 3

Warsaw is the ending

My train ride from Cracow to Warsaw was pretty smooth. I finally manage to get some sleep and I feel that the alcohol to blood ratio in my body has finally dropped to a level that I can consider safe. When I reach Warsaw it’s scorching hot there. Large concrete paved open space around Warsaw’s largest peace of art – The Palace of Culture and Science (or like some call it a huge cock building in the centre of the city) – does not provide much shade at midday.
Pan Sepeusz and PKiN

Pan Sepeusz and PKiN

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