Hobo (magazine)

Hobo (magazine)

:"You may be looking for Hobo (German magazine)"HoBO" is a bi-annual, avant-garde magazine. Through collections of interviews, essays, and photo stories HoBO interviews celebrities, and other media figures. Founded by Shawn Dogimont, editor and chief as well as art director, and Christian Dogimont, publisher. It has been in circulation since 2003. The magazine began printing on 100% recycled, 100% post-consumer waste, chlorine free, and Ancient Forest FriendlyTM paper in their Fall/Winter Issue #7 released in 2006 with two covers; Robin Wright Penn and Christopher Walken. HoBO’s cover is printed on 100% recycled, 50% post-consumer waste, chlorine free, and Ancient Forest FriendlyTM paper. It is the first 'high end fashion' magazine to exercise the option to publish their magazine on 100% recycled paper in North America, and it is also speculated that it is the only fashion magazine to initiate this action in the world. Hobo switched from using glossy paper to uncoated paper to use 100% PCR. Hobo prints their magazines using New Leaf paper; a national paper merchant dedicated to environmentally responsible paper. They use recycled paper made with post-consumer waste and bleached with out the use of chlorine or chlorine compounds, resulting in measurable environmental benefits.

HoBO has had the opportunity to work with photographers such as Jenny Gage + Tom Betterton, Ben Watts, Bernard Plossu, Ryan McGinley, Titouan Lamazou, Jesse Shadoan, Suzanna Howe, Véronique Vial, Ola Rindal, Mark Borthwick, Henry Roy, and Camille Vernier; and the occasion to collaborate with stars such as Angela Lindvall, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Naomi Watts, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Viggo Mortensen. They have also featured interviews with scholars Arne Naess and Noam Chomsky, and likewise with musicians Manu Chao, Eddie Vedder, KT Tunstall, and Seu Jorge.

External links

Markets Initiative [http://www.marketsinitiative.org] Website [http://www.hobomagazine.com]

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