I SEE YOU WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM SEPTEMBER 13, WITH PROCEEDS GOING TO GREENPEACE
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Crack Magazine and Thom Yorke have collaborated on a one off, limited-edition zine, titled I See You.
The zine, which is out on 13th September, comprises interviews with eight artists, activists and musicians chosen by Yorke, who answer questions set by him. The zine is prefaced by Thom answering the questions himself.
Those featured in the zine are: pioneering electronic music composer Laurie Spiegel, writer and environmentalist George Monbiot, Edinburgh-based poet Harry Josephine Giles, New York contemporary artist Amy Cutler, fashion designer and founder of Undercover, Jun Takahashi, director and screenwriter Luca Guadagnino, experimental musician Kali Malone and Brooklyn-based visual artist Christian Holstad.
The zine’s artwork is by Stanley Donwood and Tchocky, with additional art courtesy of Holstad. It was designed and produced by Crack Magazine, and printed by Generation Press – a leading organisation in sustainable printing.
The I See You zine will be available to purchase at stockists worldwide, as well as online via W.A.S.T.E, Crack Magazine and XL Recordings here. Thom Yorke has decided to donate any profits from the zine to Greenpeace; by purchasing the zine a donation will be made to the organisation.
Notes To Editors
On Crack Magazine:
The UK-based publication Crack Magazine is an independent platform for contemporary culture. It started life as a free, DIY print magazine in 2009. In the years since, it has become a foremost voice in music journalism, and has extended into an online platform, creative agency and independent publisher. A capsule of collective anxiety and creative life, the zine builds on the themes explored in Thom Yorke’s cover story for Issue 100 of Crack Magazine, published in May.
Greenpeace is a global campaigning organisation dedicated to protecting the natural world and promoting peace. We do so by investigating, exposing and peacefully confronting environmental abuse, and championing solutions for our fragile environment.
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