NO THOUGHTS #7 is Out!


The magazine is half letter size, 8.5 x 5.5", runs 60 pages, and is limited to 200 copies, $5

The seventh issue of No Thoughts is dedicated to the art of the portrait in photography. An amazing ensemble of photographers has been rallied to showcase stunning and unique work for this issue. Taken as a whole, their contributions form a beautiful and cohesive series that sets a daring standard for contemporary portrait photography.

Some highlights of this issue include Dan Zev's Occupy Wall Street portraits (including the cover); Mike Schrieber's portraits of Jim Jones and Common; Brad Elterman's work of Joan Jett and Michael Jackson; Jimmy Fontaine's photo of Sonic Youth and Pavement; Samantha Casolari's work of Michael Pitt and Blondie; Michael Barolet's Ed Templeton large format print; Jim Herrington's portrait of Justin Townes Earleand; as well as work by Ray Potes, Megan McIsaac, Michael J DeMeo, Evan Tetreaukt, Jesse Untracht-Oakner, Alyssa Noches, April Lea-Hutchinson, Maurizio Di Iorio, and many other up and comers on the international photography scene.

No Thoughts is more photo book than it is magazine. Each issue is carefully curated, and no image is random. By offering its readers amazing images by world class photographers alongside emerging up and comers, top quality production value, and affordable pricing, No Thoughts continues to defy the current trend of badly produced, "here today, gone tomorrow" photo zine projects.

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