Under The Influence magazine has been on my radar for quite some time now. Their newest issue, at a whopping 256 pages, could probably take out that annoying child you babysit. It’s chock full of gorgeous editorials (you’ve probably seen the Egon Schiele inspired galavant featuring Adrien Sahores & Thomas Bukovatz) and intelligent writing. The issue, themed ‘No Seasons’, features Damir Doma, artist John Fekner, Devendra Banhart, and essays on sustainable fashion and project pressure. The latter is not, unfortunately, a code name for a steamy industry fan fiction or how one intern had to cope with assisting Anna. Some of my favs managed to squeeze their way into the issue—Ana Kras, Nik Hartley, and this story, entitled “Sphericity Scale” by Quentin de Briey and centrepiece Pau Bertolini. No Seasons is available now. See more at Under The Influence.