Experimental art magazine Toilet Paper was founded in 2010 by artist Maurizio Cattelan, known as the ‘joker’ of the art world,  and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. The magazine, which features only images, is an exploration of society’s obsession with imagery, and the way in which commercial photography and advertisements manipulates our vision. 

The occasionally nightmarish images usually appear in the magazine version of Toilet Paper – the pair are now on the sixth edition – but to celebrate past art they have immortalised the issues so far in a hardback coffee table book.


Art & Culture

Kazimir Malevich, Self Portrait 1908-1910

Art & Culture


Published on 27 July 2014 1 Comment

A new exhibition at Tate Modern seeks to contextualise the Russian artist’s Suprematist’s paintings.


Art & Culture

Hungry For…

Published on 19 July 2014

Trainers Tisci style, tropical prints and something for photography lovers. Here’s what we’re hungry for this week…