Magazine: Ill Fame
Language: Italian and French, English by QR-code!
Pages: 150 full colors pages
Format: A4 Portrait
Cover and interview with the German artist Cone the Weird.
The magazine Ill Fame saw the light in a version in black and white photocopies in 1996 to talk about a scene of southern Italy very active but totally underground. The number zero in color was then printed in 1997 with walls, trains and bombings from all over the world. In 1998 the editorial staff published a mini EP, “Bboy Guerrieri” in collaboration with the record label Parcheggio “abbusivo” THC. There followed 4 other issues of the magazine until about 2003. In 2011 a volume by Schetch dedicated to the name of the magazine was presented in the Ulrico Hoepli bookshop in Milan. In 2004 volume o5 was in progress, the artist Blu reigned on the cover, but more and more pieces began to circulate on the web and therefore the editorial staff decided it was time to stop with the press. After 11 years of stop, tired of the speed of social networks and dissatisfied with seeing the works from the mobile screen, we decided to start again with this adventure by presenting the number 05- reloaded during the Amazing Day event of 2022. The yield of the number and the response of the public was exciting so here we are ready with the new issue that will contain works of style writing, illustration, sketches, neo muralism, interviews, exhibitions, contemporary artists, projects, trains and much more …