Following our great London launch of the Limited Edition and regular issue 28 of VNA, featuring Rebel8 designer, Mike Giant, we are now offering up the remaining issues for sale worldwide to fans that couldn’t make it to the launch.
NB – WHILST WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ENSURE BOX SETS ARE PACKAGED AND POSTED WITH CARE, SOME BOXES MAY BECOME CREASED IN TRANSIT. WE WILL NOT REPLACE BOX SETS UNLESS THE SCREENPRINTED MAGAZINE ITSELF IS DAMAGED – PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS AN UNSIGNED EDITION.
The Limited Edition box set features a custom designed, hand screened box set, printed by our friends at White Duck. Each set has a regular copy of issue 28 with Mike Giant’s flash tattoo-flash black on white artwork layered over the top, with the presentation box showing the negative white on black imagery. We’ve thrown in a few of our die-cut VNA stickers to top it all off.
It was a difficult decision to pick just one standout artist from the incredible talent covered in the magazine; Mike Giant ultimately took the crown with his monochrome illustrations and tattoo-inspired scribblings. With his much-imitated, but never-bettered style, it’s a great to see the iconic REBEL8 designer on the cover.
Inside the rest of the magazine a look at INSA’s career to date, VNA delve into his past, from his childhood bedroom posters to his very latest app release – a neat little piece of tricknology by the name of ‘GIF-ITI”.
Alongside this welcome blast from the past, the team bring you a world first: an interview with the entire Da Mental Vaporz crew. The infamous crew members were rounded up to discuss their intricate and entertaining patchworks, what’s kept them going for over a decade and who among them is best equipped to survive the inevitable zombie uprising.
VNA 28 also features exclusive interviews with NUNCA, DAN HILLIER, SMUG, NICK WALKER, ALEXANDER MITCHELL/BACKWOODS, CHAD MUSKA, 1UP CREW AND INTI…
And for those of you who skip straight to the pics of cool stuff on walls without words in the way, this issue’s worldwide photo coverage stretches from London to Taiwan via Sydney.