Last printed international special edition of Newsweek as of December 2012.

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Rachel Dagnall.

Can you explain the “Attaints” project?

Ksenia Aksenova.

The project is based on the initial idea of a collage of a Newsweek magazine. The word Attaints is something I find out after making my “collage” of the Special Edition Newsweek ISSUES 2013. And then I create and publish My Special Edition Newsweek ATTAINTS where I discuss the found word, the politics of media and corrupted content. Furthermore, I propose the return of this word back into active use in the English language. Look it up.

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PDF of the Book published in 1614 where the phrase

ALL THE ATTAINTS OF WORLDLY THINGS

appears (a translation of the Seneca Junior texts by Thomas Lodge).

limited amount of printed My Special Edition Newsweek ATTAINTS is so far available 

Tina Brown: Rough If Newsweek Wrong on Bitcoin (VIDEO) Tina was one of the initiators of the cancellation of print (according to the media)

Newsweek's May 2014 cover story “The Plots to Destroy America” and reaction to it

For inquiries of a digital copy of My Special Edition Newsweek ATTAINTS please use at@aksenovaksenia.com

First ever Newsweek

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Last printed international special edition of Newsweek

 

AS OF DECEMBER 2012 AD

Scanned Issues 2013 Newsweek.

THE ONE THAT WAS USED TO FIND THE WORD ATTAINTS

The Last Print Issue of Newsweek as of December 2012.

 

IN MARCH 2014 NEWSWEEK WENT BACK TO PRINT.

Refreshed Newsweek with new identity, after a 15-months pause.

YEAR 2014 AD.

and a lot of controversy.

in 2014, Newsweek's logo is back to 1986

"ATTAINTS: Inauguration" on the 30th of May 2014:

Opening performance and launch of the publication "My Special Edition Newsweek ATTAINTS", edition 200