The New Issue of "Acne Paper" Features Objects by Rick Owens
Alongside photography by long-term Acne Studios collaborator Carlijn Jacobs.
Acne Studios is back with another issue of its “House of Acne Paper” publication, offering a curated collection of furniture, art and objects from some of the world’s most notable designers and artists.
This particular issue searches “through time and place for the unique,” as it presents a figurative house which includes nine rooms and a garden — each of which has its own dedicated chapter within the publication. Featuring photography from the likes of Carlijn Jacobs (known for her distinctive work with Gucci, Versace and of course: Acne Studios) alongside Jordan Hemingway and Nikolai von Bismarck, the issue comprises informal interviews with 10 notable figures within the worlds of art, design, architecture, literature and interiors.
Issue 18 also spotlights 151 unique objects, including paintings by Chris Ofili and Francis Picabia, alongside wall hangings from El Anatsui, Peter Collingwood and Hiva Alizadeh plus tables by Rick Owens and cutlery by Salvador Dalí. This issue’s cover also acts as a nod to the house itself, arriving in the form of an Art Deco villa, illustrated by Pablo Bronstein.
According to the brand, “Not unlike the ballroom scene of the houses of New York and the stage performances of the opera houses of the world, there is a great sense of theatre under our roof. Each room of the house is brimming with talent, knowledge, ideas and creative exchange.”
Take a look at the new issue above, now available for purchase from the Acne Studios website at a price of $45 USD.
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