Akintola Hanif (HYCIDE)

HYCIDE is a photography magazine dedicated to subculture, art and conflict.

Reflections of the subversive and marginalized

HYCIDE /high-side/ Origin: Hy, derived from Hebrew "Hyram" for "noble" or "exalted.'' --Cide, from Latin "cida,'' for "killer, killing.'' 1: Noble Kiling 2: The act of killing or negating elitist ideals to create empathy, understanding for the disenfranchised or dispossessed.

Collection: HYCIDE MAGAZINE

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  • HYCIDE MAGAZINE: The Newark Issue

    The third-year anniversary issue of HYCIDE magazine. The Newark Issue explores the city in a time of fear, stigma, transition and renaissance.

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $25.00 Digital: $10.00
  • HYCIDE MAGAZINE: TGT MINI

    The Golden Triangle mini-issue. A formal introduction to the work of photojournalists Akintola Hanif, Jamel Shabazz and Nema Etebar and the…

    Digest / 5.25" x 8.25"
    Print: $2.56 Digital: $3.00
  • HYCIDE MAGAZINE: THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE

    The Golden Triangle, HYCIDE's second-year anniversary issue, features the work of three master street photographers: HYCIDE editor-in-chief Akintola…

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $25.00 Digital: $10.00
  • HYCIDE MAGAZINE: THE ART ISSUE [REDUX]

    HYCIDE's fifth issue, guest edited by curator Shantrelle P. Lewis, presents artists who subvert conventional ideas about race, class, identity and…

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $25.00 Digital: $10.00