Twice a year, our neighbors up north in Vancouver put out the awesome HOBO
It wanders between our photography and our pop culture sections.
It does have text and poetry, a number of interviews, photos of Michelle Williams, what Hobo calls a "portfolio" of photographic self-portraits, several photo/fashion essays, Justine Kurland's personal history photos of her road trips as a photographer and mother.
It is a brown issue, Dogimont's color fashion are outdoors brown, Tyler Udall's are simply brown and white. Hobo has the classical art view of the human body, so the magazine is not afraid of full nudity.
You can come into the store or just jump on in and order a copy from mymagstore.com.