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This book is intended as an encapsulation of the spirit of the magazine. We’ve called it a ‘best of’, but in truth we’ve had to leave out much that might otherwise have merited inclusion under such a banner for the sake of presenting a true reflection of Nude’s essential eclecticism. So, not a ‘best of the best, but certainly some of the best articles we’ve ever published, together with a small selection published here for the first time.
Featuring: Futuro House (Space Age Batchelor Pad), Charles Burns (Black Hole and Beyond), Nick Clements (Youth Cult Classics), Daniel Johnston (Satan and Superheroes), Indie Craft (crocheted comforts), James Cauty (preparing for emergencies), James Jarvis (character reference), David Peace (a Tokyo Tale), Angelique Houtkamp (Flash of Inspiration), Jon Langford (hero of hard country), Darla Teagarden (Southern Gothic), Space Invader (all out art attack), Gemma Correll (pugs, not drugs), Alan Moore (extraordinary gentleman), Molly Crabapple (sketchy details), Best of British Horror Films (Gothic splendour), John Waters (trash virtuoso), Ben the illustrator (suburban psychosis), Jamie Reid (punk iconoclast), Steampunk (steam age kicks), Jacno (punk aristocratique), UK comic scene (indie comix), British rocker culture (cafe racers), Trevor Brown (twisted art), A Soho of the mind (Stephen Prince), Dan Clowes ( classic comic art), Billy Childish (Chatham class), Realm of the Senses (photography), Vince Ray (sex, sleaze and horror), Blythe Spirit (Emma Mount), Adam Green (back to his roots), Linder Sterling (punk provocateur).