Kilimanjaro is a new magazine from London printed on news print in a broad sheet style 680X480 and sold at posh places like the Tate Modern, Magma, Centre Pompidou and...

Kilimanjaro is a new magazine from London printed on news print in a broad sheet style 680X480 and sold  at posh places like the Tate Modern, Magma, Centre Pompidou and Colette in Paris and the New Museum in New York. It likes to bring together like-minded contributors stemming from different art disciplines including photography, illustration, fine art and collage – the last issue featured Alexander McQueen, Chris Ofili, Hardy Blechman, Patrick Burgoyne, Erwin Wurm and Zed Nelson. Nice – and the concept is based on the early 1940's newsprint!

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