What’s louder than loud?
What makes us stand out of the crowd, allowing our voices to be heard?
In the age of blogging, Instagraming, and Vine-ing, we all make our own content and share it with the world. Back in the early 80’s young kids from the Bronx and Harlem made a name for themselves by Tagging and Bombing the trains and subways. This tradition of creating a street name evolved into what we call street art, and what a lot of people are now collecting and dealing today.
When we say Volume we like to think about quantity, a bold statement occupying a space.
In this issue we explore the term volume through the eyes of a street art collector, a street artist, a 75-year-old club photographer, a band, a make up artist and a blogger. We explore a structural experimentation with the human body, an abstract look at ambiguity, and music through interpretation. Each individual faces the bombarded streets of the life we live in, and finds a way to “out-loud” the distractions.
Create the loud, be the loud. It is in the palm of your hand.