KING KONG is a new biannual fashion magazine inspired by the Guerrilla Girls, who synthesized their political agenda with art, and born out of a frustration with mindless editorials. The magazine is dedicated to “pushing the boundaries of art and fashion”, and gave only one direction to its contributors: that there was no direction. Instead of working to a set of rules or restrictions, the photographers, stylists and artists recruited were free to go wherever they chose.
For the second issue of King Kong, we have ventured into the shadowy recesses of the human experience, nearly losing our minds in disturbia.
448 pages, 6 alternate covers. Featuring the work of legends such as Cindy Sherman, AA Bronson, Kienholz, Judith Bernstein, Peter Saul, Laurie Simmons, Marilyn Minter, Isamaya Frrench, Shun Watanabe, Bob Recine, Oliverio Toscani, Nicola Formichetti, David Dunan and the late Anton Yelchin, the Uncanny Issue threatens to be even bigger and badder than our debut.