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[crude] Autumn Edition 18 August 2009

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Since featuring IrishStreetArt.com in [crude]‘s most recent edition, Munster’s alternative culture and lifestyle magazine has gone quarterly.

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[crude] is a shining a light on Ireland’s ever growing alternative society, providing an entertaining read and outlet for Ireland’s creative minds to an intelligent urban audience. This unique publication covers everything from music to skateboarding, art, graffiti, tattoos, surfing, photography, politics, short stories, comics, crosswords, music, film & game reviews and more.

[crude] provide a creative outlet for writers and journalists as well as artists in various mediums, in giving them a publication which they can call their own. They offer opportunities for those who want to get their work published in what is becoming the most exciting new magazine to cross the hands of the masses.

Up and coming guest graphic designers are given the chance to design an entire issue of [crude]. Making every issue completely unique and different to the next, as well as giving the opportunity to young Irish designers to showcase their work and talent.

[crude] can never go out of date. It is a document of people and place, and of what they do, for the love of doing it. It is the first of its kind. A revolutionary publication.

Issue 5 / Autumn – Out this September – featuring…
Interviews with Eagles Of Death Metal, Hope Is Noise, Kidd Blunt, Ocean Overhead, Walter Mitty & The Realists, photographer, Jamin Keogh, artist Con Cemin, fashionista Ruth Crean of Nice Day Designs, Rollerblader Mike O’Neill, skateboarder Sam Perkin, surfer Damien Conway, Tattoo artists of the Bullman Tattoo Studio, hairstylist and DJ Niall Colgan. Also such feature articles on the Mayo Shell To Sea Campaign, Climate Camp, a review of the Summer’s festivals, review of the All-Ireland Skateboarding Championships, The Decline And Fall Of The Simpsons, Tribute To Director John Hughes, Maestro Piaus Capoeira Club… and much more…

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Munster now has an Alternative Voice 27 April 2009

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[crude] is a new Munster bi-monthly magazine documenting and shining a light on its ever growing alternative culture, providing an entertaining read and outlet for Munster’s creative minds.

“With [crude], we provide a creative outlet for writers & journalists as well as artists in various mediums, in giving them a publication which they can call their own. We offer opportunities for those who want to get their work published in what is becoming the most exciting new magazine to cross the hands of the masses.

We aim to highlight everything from Munster’s amazing music scene, to skateboarding, art, graffitti artists, photographers, tattoo artists and more. Interviews and profiles with some of Munster’s upcoming talent and working class heroes.  In addition the magazine will have music, film & game reviews, short stories and many feature articles and regular columns from various distinguished musicians, journalists, illustrators and comedians.

[crude] can never go out of date. It is a document of people and place, and of what they do, for the love of doing it. It is the first of its kind. A revolutionary publication.”

The photos below were taken at Limerick’s St. Paddy’s Day Graffiti Jam as featured in issue 3 of [crude]

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