JON 24 | 'Y2K' ISSUE
JÓN Issue 24- The 'Y2K' issue
“It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine.”
Stop downloading crap content and feast your eyes on real life quality. When the world ends, wouldn’t you rather be holding a georgeous magazine than an iPhone?
- “Shut it down." -
Hashtag computer crash. Summer is here, and your mac’s fan is whizzing around frantically, crash imminent. Log off, sit down, and indulge in the new issue of JON, Y2K. Twenty years ago we were sure the computers were gonna fuck us, but haven’t they won already?
So stop looking at a screen, and look through 250 gorgeous pages of black and white indulgence. With mega menswear fashion shoots, more written columnists than ever, and three amazing celebrities chatting to us, you can’t miss this one. Click through, baby.
This issue we meet the amazing Parks & Rec and Big Little Lies actor Adam Scott (and even do a Coke vs Pepsi taste test!), the stunning Charlie Barnett from Tales of the City, and buff Charlie’s Angels villian Jonathan Tucker - and more amazingly witty written content than ever before… as well as our usual fashion pages… this issue is really not to be missed! Buy NOW before your computer crashes!
FREE shipping to the UK, and £7 to the rest of the world!
For our fans in the USA, JÓN costs around $20 including the postage - a bargain to be the envy of all your mates!
As usual, JÓN is a limited edition collectors piece magazine, printed in London and available at only the most select of retailers worldwide. You can order right here, with shipping to the whole world. Get your issue of JÓN today, and have a gorgeous book to tote around this Spring, show off to friends, and make your coffee table the envy of your mates.
Don’t miss out, we have such limited stock available and it sells REAL FAST!
JÓN Issue 24 is massive, overflowing with awesome content from around the world. Grab your copy to see epic shoots by brilliant photographers and stylists from the UK, USA, Europe and beyond. Check out our stories by JÓN editors Leigh Keily and Stephen Conway and the worldwide team of contributors including David Suarez, Eddie Blagbrough, Justin Chen, Samuel Ramirez, Bernard Gueit, Esa Kapila, Henry Wu, Lester Villarama, Patrick Lacsina, Brent Chua, and B. Charles Johnson.