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GARAGE Issue 16: Billie Eilish by Artist Takashi Murakami


GARAGE Magazine Issue 16, featuring a collaboration between viral indie pop prodigy Billie Eilish and world-renowned artist Takashi Murakami. The magazine’s sixteenth issue continues its tradition of pairing the boldest names in contemporary culture, resulting in unique collaborations between artists, photographers, actors, musicians, and models.

The issue celebrates radicalism in love and life, probing the history of the chosen family with “Object of Affection,” a closer look at object sexuality and Young British Artist Tracey Emin’s marriage to a rock; “Family Matters,” Paul Mpagi Sepuya’s exploration of the artist’s studio as a queer space, commissioned by GARAGE for this issue; French singer-songwriter and actress Soko on the birth of her first child, captured in an intimate series of photographs exclusively for GARAGE; in the magazine’s titular portfolio, Robert Netherly captures communities from Malibu’s first responders to party priestess Lady Fag’s club family; and in the cover story, the vulnerable and unapologetic Billie Eilish describes how she’s captured the imagination of her generation.