Founded in August of 2009 by Michael J. DeMeo, No Thoughts Magazine is a high quality, limited print, boutique photozine that aims to highlight photo talent from around the world. It’s printed two times a year with the hopes of being an influential voice in the international photography community. Fortunately, it’s as rad as it seems. But the best part? It’s based in our beloved city.
Book 11 just hit shelves and we can’t stop digging our noses in its pages. Filled with sharp black and white images of onlookers, models, and musicians, this book could arguably the best of them yet. Flip through the 92-page book with wide eyes – somewhere in there is a silent still of Lorde by Evan Tetreault, Method Man stepping onto the street by Jesse Untracht-oakner, and Kate Moss drinking tea behind the scenes by Nina Mouritzen. If you’re looking for a new favorite photographer, No Thoughts has ‘em.
Independently published and ad-free, No Thoughts 11 is now in its fifth year of publication and can be purchased on their online shop in addition to specialty shops in New York City, Portland, Tokyo, Berlin, Toronto, Porto, Las Vegas, and more. There’s only 200 copies, so get one before they’re gone. After that, you’ll have to head to New York City’s Museum of Modern Art or DC’s Independent Photobook Library to sneak a peek. But it’ll be a worthy trip.
No Thoughts Book 11. Spring / Summer 2014, 92 Pages, 8.5 x 11″, $15, now available for order at www.nothoughtszine.com