dj. flugvél og geimskip / dj. airplane and spaceship WILD mag

WILD Profile: DJ Flugvél Og Geimskip, Airplanes and Spaceships

by: Guillaume Boulez

Fly to outer space. Go ahead. Take a walk on the moon atop a giant guinea pig. This is your soundtrack.

Tags: dj flugvel og geimskip, Guillaume Boulez, Iceland, Interviews, music, Reykjavik, The Wild Magazine, WILD PROFILES

Gilded Pagan Collection by Kria

by: Abigail Doan

The appeal of adorning oneself in the deep, dark jewels of the Icelandic shores is all about hypnotic seduction, a feeling perfectly captured in Kria Jewelry’s latest Gilded Pagan collection. Organic shapeshifter and designer, Johanna Methusalemsdottir, joins forces […]

Tags: Arctic Tern, Elizabet Davids, Fall/Winter 2013, FW13, Gilded Pagan, Iceland, Icelandic, India Salvor Menuez, Jewelry, Johanna Methusalemsdottir, Kria, Look book, The Wild Magazine
Sin Fang WILD mag music

Sin Fang / Look At The Light

by: Diego Martínez

Sindri Már Sigfússon knows no boundaries. Known stateside as the “Icelandic Beck,” this experimental folk-pop artist never ceases to amaze with his ever-growing depths of musical invention, tender lyrical sense and creative gold. Sin Fang’s […]

Tags: Beck, Diego Martinez, Flowers, Iceland, Morr Music, music, music video, Sin Fang, Sindri Már Sigfússon, The Wild Magazine, Videos
Elliphant Swedish Singer Rapper Girls Horses Island

Elliphant / Down On Life

by: Joseph Johnson

For her latest video, singer/rapper Elliphant has traded in the urban Stockholm landscape for some of Iceland’s most glorious natural vistas. The young artist and her two comrades ride along an empty beach on horseback, […]

Tags: beach, electronic, Elliphant, Horses, Iceland, Joseph Johnson, landscape, music, nature, pop, rapper, singer, Stockholm, Sweden, the WILD, The Wild Magazine, urban
Aurora House, Iceland WILD mag picture of the day

Icelandic Northern Lights

by: Julia Cheung

Photo by Fred Schalk, National Geographic Iceland – An abandoned house illuminated by a mixture of the northern lights and Reykjavik city lights.

Tags: Iceland, Julia Cheung, Northern Lights, photography, Picture of the day, Reykjavik, The Wild Magazine

Video Premiere – Sigur Rós / Varúd (directed by Ryan McGinley)

by: Joseph Isho Levinson

In honor and in awe of Sigur Rós‘ last night’s concert at Prospect Park’s Bandshell in Brooklyn, we are delighted to introduce the just released new video Ryan McGinley has directed for the band. The […]

Tags: Bandshell, Brooklyn, Iceland, Icelandic, Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust, music, New York, NYC, Prospect Park, Ryan McGinley, Sigur Ros, Valtari, Varud, video
Shoplifter Nervescape


by: Guillaume Boulez

Last week the Clocktower Gallery opened a new show including one of The WILD’s favorite artists, Hrafnhildur Arnardottir aka Shoplifter, with special performance and soundscape by another darling Icelandic Kria Brekkan. The site-specific exhibition show, […]

Tags: American painting., beastly mythology, beauty, Britt Kubat, Clocktower Gallery, fetish, Guillaume Boulez, Hrafnhildur Arnardottir, Iceland, Kria Brekkan, Nervescape, obsession, Shoplifter, soundscape, vanity
Kria Jewelry by Johanna Methusalemsdottir

The Sea, the Magic and the Jewel

by: Guillaume Boulez

We have been following for a couple of seasons now the jewelry line Kria, designed by the rock-adorable Icelandic Johanna Methusalemsdottir, and every seasons we have simply loved her simple, androgynous and organic designs inspired […]

Tags: Fashion, Guillaume Boulez, Iceland, Jewelry, Johanna Methusalemsdottir, Kria, New York, The Wild Magazine
Icelandic horses winter in Iceland

Horses, Southern Iceland

by: Marina Lucic

Photography by: Marketa Kalvachova The beautiful, in-foul mares of Southern Iceland. Via National Geographic.

Tags: Horses, Iceland, Marketa Kalvachova, National geographic, Picture of the day


by: Blaine Skrainka

Bon Iver engendered anxious anticipation for a follow up to the critically acclaimed debut For Emma, Forever Ago, and they did not disappoint with their self-titled sophomore album. The first release was raw and heartbreakingly […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Bon Iver, For Emma Forever Ago, Holocene, Iceland, Justin Vernon, music, The Wild Magazine