Volume 1/Issue 3THE TRAVEL ISSUE
Our TRAVEL ISSUE contains 116 pages of well-curated full-color photos and articles including:
- Cover Story: Judas Priest front man Rob Halford, still fronting his band after 45 years, is Hell Bent Forever! In this straight forward interview, Rob Halford talks about the road he’s traveled, literally and figuratively, over the past five decades and what he’s learned about keeping faith in himself and his ever-popular band. Now in his sixties, the high priest of metal is still recording and touring with no plans to be idle any time soon.
- Also inside: Devo founder Mark Mothersbaugh has been a singer, musician, videographer, illustrator, composer, and visual artist. On the eve of his show, Myopia, at the Denver Contemporary Art Museum, the devolutionist talked about how he developed his unique world view.
- Other highlights include a look at the political side of Keith Haring’s art and life, as showcased in “The Political Line” show at San Francisco’s de Young Museum – with remembrances of the artist by friends Ann Magnuson and Frank Holiday; the Travelogue silkscreens by artist Jim Winters; a not-so-run-of-the-mill Q&A with filmmaker and author John Waters; the fashion of San Francisco’s Artful Gentleman; a look at the success story that is Pittsburgh, and more!