MIAMI — Screw Magazine will get back to print in January following an almost 20-year break.
The magazine, established in 1968, will highlight a full-variety configuration and will be printed quarterly in restricted amounts.
“It has been almost a long time since the incredible Screw logo graced the front of a print magazine,” said a rep. “Dissimilar to the first highly contrasting, newsprint newspaper variant, the new magazine will be imprinted in common full-variety gleaming magazine design.”
Each new version’s cover will include unique workmanship “by a contemporary illustrator or road craftsman, keeping with the magazine’s longstanding practice of sly covers by incredible specialists like R. Scrap, Rene Moncada, Spain Rodriguez and Danny Hellman, with Banksy to be included on the January 2023 issue,” the rep proceeded.
Each issue will be committed to one grown-up studio, including photographs, meetings and critique from that studio’s chiefs, makers and stars.
The first Screw offices will addressed, incorporate “Screw You,” “Filthy Diversions” and “Muck from the Past.”
“With all the spam, security and Mastercard issues happening on the web, we feel it’s an extraordinary chance to get back to our foundations — and the reliable, conventional solace and wellbeing of pornography on paper,” said distributer Phil Autelitano. “A few grown-up studios have communicated their advantage in having their own release of our unbelievable distribution. For our purposes, it’s presently simply an issue of choosing who to include first.”
The new rendition of the magazine will run 36 pages, and will retail for $25.
Studios keen on being included can email Autelitano at [email protected]