A few months back I made a post introducing you to MONTECRISTO magazine, a lifestyle quarterly in print focused mostly on Vancouver stories, “designed for the discerning, cultured Vancouverite”. It’s cultured but it’s not inaccessible, the stories within it’s pages are super interesting and relevant to people like us who live and love in this city of ours.
I love this magazine and have been honoured to work with them on some stories for recent issues: I shot photos of chocolatier, Thomas Haas, for the last issue and for the upcoming Spring 2010 issue I put together some words about skateboarding in Vancouver accompanied by photographs. This issue comes out next week and they were kind enough to give you, the V.I.A. readers, an exclusive sneak peek at some highlights of the content!
cover photo: andre pinces
Spring 2010 Editorial Highlights
– An in-depth look at Vancouver’s fashion industry, with commentary from four of the city’s most talented designers: Raif Adelberg (Raif), Jason Matlo (Jason Matlo), Heather Martin (Mono), and Hajnalka Mandula (Mandula).
– An original fashion editorial featuring the collections of the four designers above; photography by André Pinces and styling by Tanus Lewis.
– An exclusive sit-down interview with musicians Tegan and Sara.
– Drawings and thoughts from Vancouver artist Carrie Walker.
– A profile of Ian Wilson of the Joint Woodworking Studio in our dedicated section about artisans and craftspeople in our community and abroad.
– A recipe from National Post columnist, best selling cookbook author, and Food Network (USA) host Bal Arneson.
– Arguments for and against serving Single Malt Scotch Whisky straight-up, with water or ice, or as a cocktail, by Gastown’s Pourhouse proprietor, Jay Jones.
– International travel to Buenos Aires and Hong Kong.
– An insider’s perspective on Vancouver’s skateboarding culture, by Vancouver is Awesome managing editor, Bob Kronbauer.
– A profile of Proscenium Architecture and Interiors, who recently renovated the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and the Cultch, and designed the new School for the Contemporary Arts at SFU Woodward’s.
MONTECRISTO Magazine is a lifestyle quarterly for discerning, cultured British Columbians. Copies of our Spring 2010 issue will be available at Chapters and Indigo locations across Greater Vancouver the week of Monday, March 22.