NEW YORK, NY.-
Brant Publications announces the complete re-design of Interviewmagazine.com
. The re-launch marks Brant's first step at broadening its online audience and reaching the next generation of readers, bringing the pages of the print publication to life in a unique and interactive experience.
Interviewmagazine.com offers timely, innovative features, giving visitors a virtual tour of the magazine through channels dedicated to fashion, art, music, and film. The mix is enriched with 40% original material. Content includes behind-the-scenes at photo shoots and events such as film festivals, art fairs and fashion week, along with original video and blog content produced by a talented team of contributors. Featured are interviews with Jeff Koons, Cindy Sherman, David Byrne, Cate Blanchett, Proenza Schouler, and Francisco Costa among others.
The website also features rare footage from of The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, PA from the series Factory Diaries and Andy Warhol TV, originally conceived as a video companion to the magazine, the latter ran on public access television. The site debuts with this partnership with clips of Interview subjects Steven Spielberg, Rob Lowe, and Ali McGraw.
Features include "Most Popular", which shows what stories are the most shared, viewed, and commented on; "The Calendar", a curated list of happenings, from movie premiers, gallery openings, concerts, parties, new hotels, restaurants and boutiques; "Nightlife", a section to see what they couldn't get to the previous night; "Capture" which allows users to upload photos, giving them the opportunity to have their own images displayed in the photo gallery; "My Library" where users save their selection of material from site; and "Randomness" shuffles content, surprising the undecided with a selection of the site's best articles.
Also, 40 years of Interview can be explored, initially with a gallery of all the magazine's covers dating back to 1969, and eventually a full searchable treasury of the magazine's extraordinary history.
Founded by Andy Warhol in 1969, Interview magazine puts talk into print using the question and answer format to bring readers into the conversation with people from the worlds of film, art, music, fashion, and more. Brant Publications, Inc., founded in 1984 is the publisher of three prestigious titles; Interview, Art In America, and The Magazine Antiques.