Here’s the lowdown for one small seed magazine Issue 28 / Digital 03 – #OPInTheNameOf – where we have decided to say:‘Step aside, l’art pour l’art’! We pay tribute to the art, artists, initiatives and debates that are actively changing and challenging pre-existing ideologies’, in whatever medium and throughout the globe. In this issue we take you on a fully digital interactive journey around the world, from Tokyo and Syria to Cape Town, the UK and Brooklyn…



Worth The Struggle for Syrian Rock Band

‘Music is our universal language, Arabic is our first.’ Headlining the music section is our interview with Tanjaret Daghet, the rock band creating revolutionary music that Syrian officials call ‘devil music’.





tim-fite-newsletter You’ve Been Hacked

Brooklyn artist/rapper Tim Fite isn’t concerned about what democratic pressures you face, technology has got you! ‘iBeenHACKED’ is Fite’s satirical comment on how society has been hacked by technology. Press play and enjoy our first Skype video interview across continents!





resist-290X290 RESISTANCE Project: Breaking the AK-47

RESISTANCE project is a giant public art installation depicting a broken AK-47 that boasts a world record for spanning over 100 meters. Watch the 14-minute doccie on how the street art made out of wheat paste, was formed!






ベジタブル・ウェポン | Vegetable Weapons

War gets a parody punch! Tokyo artist Tsuyoshi Ozawa’s global project Vegetable Weapons had him travelling around Asia, America, Europe, and Africa where he photographed women holding weapons made out of vegetables.






Celebrities Strip Down for Fishlove

In the UK Fishlove have cooked up a campaign to bring awareness to the dire state that the global marine ecosystem is in. Celebrities such as Richard Branson, Gillian Anderson, and Sir Ben Kingsley stripped down and posed with dead fish in danger of extinction! Now that’s dedication!






House of Hackney X PUMA

In keeping with all things British – fashion house, House of Hackney transposes their luxe design to create a special edition PUMA line. We mirror this in Cape Town’s cityscape and feature the House of Hackney: SELECT Magazine Q&A.





In partnership with PUMA