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Old 09-19-05, 10:25 PM   #1
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Barry McGee and his ZO in I.D.

In the Name issue No.258, Mr. Barry McGee is wearing his Zo while painting. Thought some of you Mess Bag geeks would be interested. It is also a good article that everyone should read.
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Old 09-20-05, 09:12 AM   #2
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What does the cover look like in that issue?
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What does the cover look like in that issue?
It actually has four covers, all nudes,Kate Moss, Daria, Liya Kebede, and Carolyn Murphy.
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Old 09-20-05, 12:31 PM   #4
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That must be some other magazine I'am unfamiliar with... I thought I.D. was (the international design magazine) and I can't imagine them putting nudes on the cover... I guess I could be wrong tho...
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well he's either fantasizing or talking about iD the british culture/fashion mag, not I.D. the american design mag..
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I've got the issue. I'll try to scan the pages tomorrow.

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well he's either fantasizing or talking about iD the british culture/fashion mag, not I.D. the american design mag..

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I'd like to see the scans.

Which reminds me that I need to go pick up the lastest issue of eye. I don't think there's a magazine out there in that realm that comes close to eye - is there? Always looking for good things to read/digest.
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different catagory.. but http://www.makezine.com is my new favorite...
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I've been forgetting about Make - such a handy and useful magazine. I need to pick it up more regularly or get a subscription.
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I've been forgetting about Make - such a handy and useful magazine. I need to pick it up more regularly or get a subscription.
Is there a third issue of that out yet?

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Is there a third issue of that out yet?

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Yes there is. I saw the other day while I was passing an independent bookshop, but they were closed so I didn't pick it up. Need to remind myself. I rarely read magazines much anymore - just subscriptions to Saveur ad Dwell.
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I'd like to see the scans.

Which reminds me that I need to go pick up the lastest issue of eye. I don't think there's a magazine out there in that realm that comes close to eye - is there? Always looking for good things to read/digest.
eye is the best magazine to sell on ebay ever and is also very good to look at.
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well he's either fantasizing or talking about iD the british culture/fashion mag, not I.D. the american design mag..

Yeah....I was wondering why I couldn't find it.
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Yeah....I was wondering why I couldn't find it.
roommate would always get I.D. and I would get iD, so we always had them both floating around. Now the two magazine logos are interchangable in my head, sorry about the confusion. The day I.D. puts Carolyn Murphy on the cover will be the day design geeks will take over the world.
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Eye is so expensive here in the states. I always look through it but never buy it.
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