Julian Vassallo interview WILD mag profile

WILD Profile: Julian Vassallo, Self-Portrait

by: The WILD

Name: Julian Vassallo Where he was born: Malta Where he lives now: Rome, Italy What he does: Architecture student and part-time photographer What are he is currently working on: I’m mainly a self-portrait artist, so […]

Tags: Decapitated, DSLR, Gojira, Italy, Julian Vassallo, Malta, photography, Rome, WILD PROFILES
Electoral posters Rome WILD mag world

A Mess, Rome

by: Blaine Skrainka

Max Rossi/Reuters Campaign posters in Rome provide a striking visual representation of Italy’s government — torn. Inconclusive elections this week, which left no party with a majority in parliament, leave the future of Italy uncertain […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Italy, photography, Picture of the day, Politics, Rome, Silvio Berlusconi, street art, The Wild Magazine
Smart Urban Stage, Smart Advertising, Green

Smart Urban Stage is Smart Advertising

by: Jonathan Newhall

On the whole, advertisements are not out there to make you think or to question how your society works. Ads are there to inform you about a brand, to sell you a product, and (if […]

Tags: Advertising, Berlin, Cities, Comp Lit, Comparative Literature, Cultural Studies, Daimler, Jonathan Newhall, Mercedes, New York, Rome, Smart, Smart Urban Stage, Tel Aviv, The Wild Magazine
Little Broken Hearts inspired by Mudhoney

Vintage Inspiration

by: Blaine Skrainka

The ever-classy Norah Jones just dropped the first single to her May 1 release, Little Broken Hearts, but it is the album’s cover art that has caught our attention. The illustration that adorns Jones’ fifth […]

Tags: Arts, Blaine Skrainka, Brian Burton, Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi, Film, Jack White, Little Broken Hearts, Mudhoney, music, Norah Jones, Rome, Spaghetti Western, The Wild Magazine, Vintage Inspiration
Adam Whitney Nichols


by: Guillaume Boulez

Who: Adam Whitney Nichols,  writer, artist, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Fortnight Journal Where: Tunbridge, Vermont; East Village, New York City Photo by: Nicole Casanova What’s on his mind today: I am writing you from the […]

Tags: Adam Whitney Nichols, Ben Johnson, Benjamin Hale, Carravagio, Christina Cruz, Fortnight Journal, Francis Bacon, Galway, Guillaume Boulez, Homer, Ireland, Jackson Pollock, New York City, Patti Smith, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Rajiv Srinivasan, René Daumal, Ricky Martin, Rome, Sicily, The Wild Magazine, Tunbridge, Vermont; East Village, Wallace Stevens, WILD PROFILES, Woody Allen


by: Guillaume Boulez

Nicola Formichetti, creative director of Mugler and stylist of Lady GaGa, has teamed up with Croatian model, the handsome Branislav Jankic to direct “Brothers Of Arcadia”, a sensual and erotic video starring Travis Cannata and […]

Tags: "Brothers Of Arcadia", "Clash Of the Titans", "Sebastiane", Branislav Jankic, Derek Jarman, Fashion, Federico Fellini, Guillaume Boulez, Jessica 6, Lady Gaga, MENS FASHION WEEK, Mugler, Neo-Realist cinema, New York, Nicola Formichetti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Rome, SS12, The Wild Magazine, Travis Cannata, Ulysses,