Photography by Olivia Malone and fashion by Martina Nilsson.
Katherine Waterston has become a reliable source for a variety of directors looking to infuse their characters with a visceral complexity, a nuanced humanity, that’s difficult to find elsewhere. It’s the reason why an astounding list of filmmakers have chosen her for their projects — cinematic powerhouses like Ridley Scott, Paul Thomas Anderson, Steven Soderbergh, and Danny Boyle. Interview by Max Berlinger, photography by Magnus Magnusson and styling by Martina Nilsson.
What’s in the box? Instead of a conventional magazine format, we continue to package Contributor in a box. Inside you’ll find a selection of large prints in two different sizes and one poster. We’re thrilled to have the actress Katherine Waterston on the cover. Waterston’s lived-in, full-bodied, and palpable commitment is why she’s become a reliable source for a variety of directors looking to infuse their characters with a visceral complexity, a nuanced humanity, that’s difficult to find elsewhere.
Pamela Anderson is well aware of the general perception of her. But she knows she transcends her Baywatch image of running slow-motion alongside crashing waves, her big blonde hair bouncing as she carries that weird orange floating life preserver thing that never seems to be used. She has been the reigning global sex symbol since her first Playboy cover in 1989, but her mark on the world is more profound than anything she’s accomplished as a model and actress.
Introducing the new issue of Contributor featuring cover star Pamela Anderson. Ever since she entered the pop culture sphere, she has been tirelessly using her celebrity to fight for issues dear to her. The number of causes she campaigns for is staggering. “Activism is sexy,” she says. “Having a meaningful sensual life means caring for others.” In our twelfth print issue we focus on sustainability and explore the theme of ‘nature as culture’ (included in the magazine are three exclusive posters to put on the wall) through the art and photography of Anders Edström, Camilla Åkrans, Ruben Östlund, Daniella Midenge, Nina Andersson, Pakui Hardware, Jenna Sutela, Emile de Visscher, Magnus Magnusson and many more. Available online at contributormagazine.com and in selected stores worldwide.
Model Sung Hee photographed by Yu Tsai and styled by Martina Nilsson for our latest issue, The Boss issue. Now you can put Sung Hee on your wall by buying the issue that consists entirely of posters (in the size of 100 centimeters x 70 centimeters), click here to see more.
You can now buy our latest issue online! Click here for details.
The new issue is themed “head piece” and is centered around what goes on inside and outside the head. For the cover story, Yu Tsai shot and interviewed Jared Leto in L.A. Sophie Caby met up with director Gaspar Noe in Paris, Maria Ben Saad talked to Caroline Evans about her new book on the first fashion shows, Ann-Sofie Back headed out to the shooting range with a couple of female cops from the Stockholm police force and Tom Greenwood tracked down whatever happened to the harpsichord. The rest of the issue is filled with fiction, neuro science, fetishism, food, quantum mechanics, art and pictures from close to seventy contributors.
The latest issue of Contributor Magazine is centered around what goes on inside and outside the head. If you ask a brain specialist, it is obvious that humans ARE their brains. The brain thrives when it is allowed to increase skills and knowledge, then it functions as intended and rewards us so that we feel […]
When Rose McGowan, one of the most daring, diverse and extraordinary actresses working in Hollywood today, was captured by highly regarded fashion photographer Yu Tsai for Contributor’s second print issue, that’s when the real fun began