UNO is a monthly magazine for the discerning man (and woman). There are features on women we admire, occurrences worth covering, art forms we appreciate, objects that inspire acquisitiveness, and ideas that deserve attention, among other things.
There are also jokes, which may or may not always be in good taste. We value writing and images that are extraordinary. We love women. It is our belife that digital tools should be used to emphasize natural beauty and/or enhance a specific aesthetic– not for turning people into wax models.
Again, we love women.
We think that there’s more to men (and women) than their surfaces.
UNO: Dispatches for the Discerning Man
As serendipitous as it may be, I find myself knee deep into something that I truly love doing, becoming a cyborg of sorts combining the very best talent in local glossy with the journey of the Internet. It is no secret that the blogosphere has been more than interesting for us as a community mechanism, which is why we want to push that even further. Starting with this:
So hereâ€™s the deal. Letâ€™s take a break from the usual clubbing routine for something different. On July 29 at 7:00PM weâ€™re holding an informal meet up with our blogger friends and contributors at the Fully Booked FORUM (4th floor!) at Bonifacio High Street. Whatâ€™s going to happen? Well weâ€™re going to bare all and answer all the questions you may have and perhaps have you going home with a little bit more knowledge about the publishing industry, marketing print, and how print transitions to the Internet locally. Weâ€™ll talk about why we revamped UNO, how exactly we did it, and the new design philosophy behind the new and improved magazine. Letâ€™s talk paper stock. Cover shoots. Refocus on our events. Our blog and the community behind it. [read more here]
Hey, we really want you to come. And Arnold Arre will be there too with his brand new baby titled Chapter One.
3 replies on “Dispatches: UNO, Bloggers, Fully Booked — July 29 at 7PM BHS”
Who’s the girl on the top right photo (the one holding a phone, i think)?
Don’t get me wrong, she looks familiar (to me at least) 😛
“It is our belife that digital tools should be used to emphasize natural beauty and/or enhance a specific aestheticâ€“ not for turning people into wax models.” – Hahaha. bite me. 😉
Digital tolls can be adjusted to relieve natural beauty too!