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Bad to the Bone


Established and based in Paris, Bad to the Bone has become a reference within the exploration of sub-cultures and other bizarre creations of fucked-up forgotten artists, in every direction possible. Youth, resistance, non conformity, dominance, opposition, rebellion and disobedience form together collectively the editorial language of it.
Bad to the Bone was Founded by Herve Coutin who is the publisher and creative director of this magazine.

The 14th edition of Bad to the Bone is about Iran seen and observed by it’s youth’s art movement, its positioning, implication in it’s own society and it’s message.
Extreme music, parties, homosexuality, the place of women in society and art, sex, history and fashion form the skeleton of this edition.
This issue has 96 pages with no advertising.


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