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issue#03 November 2010 Buenos Aires, Argentina.

staff. LUCAS CASTRO PARDO // editor in chief. (lucas@petertomdave.com) LEANDRO BELMUDES // marketing manager. (leandro@petertomdave.com) ROB ANNONI // gd. (rob@petertomdave.com)

special thanks to. Agustín Yarde Buller, Diego Martinez, Federico Marotti, Holger Homann, Jonathan Hokklo, Krystopher Woods, Lars Weber, Lorenzo Marcucci, Marcelo Basaure, Martín Boerr, Matías Erràzuriz, Matías Sinigoi, Natacha Lista, Ricardo Slavik, Sebastián Sastre, Sito Mújica.

Peter, Tom & Dave is published by Lucas Castro Pardo. You may not reproduce content without citing the source. The publisher is not responsible for the opinions expressed by contributors, interviewed, notes and content of the advertisements that are included in this edition. The intellectual property registration is in process. 02


INTRO.

A magazine about men photography as the main character. Where fashion and arts are combined with the participation of artists from different parts of the world, providing quality material in it's diversity, we invite you to enjoy Peter, Tom & Dave.

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INDEX DIEGO MARTINEZ. 05

SEBASTIÁN SASTRE. 06

MATTHEW MUNFORD. 08

HARD TO FIND. 10

STRANDED. 20

SUDDENDLY MONDAY. 32

BLACK-EYED ANGELS SWAM WITH ME. 40

TIERRALANDIA ESCAPA. 56

PLACES AND FACES OF INDIA. 58

QUIETDRIVE. 70

A MAGICAL RANCH IN URUGUAY. 76

A VICTIM OF THE MODERN WORLD. 86

FLOW SWEETLY, HANG HEAVY. 94

MELROSE BOYS. 102

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by DIEGO MARTINEZ.

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by SEBASTIÁN SASTRE.

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MATTHEW MUNFORD by SITO MÚJICA.

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HARD TO FIND. photographer: LARS WEBER assistance: JENS HERRNDORFF styling: INGRID TANG (styling from Frav Show and parts stylists own) make up and hair: MELEK ACAR model: SAM WHITMAN (Flash Models Milan)

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STRANDED. photographer: HOLGER HOMANN models: MAX (Bananas) & JOHANNES 21


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SUDDENLY MONDAY. photographer: MATÍAS SINIGOI stylist: BÁRBARA SAENZ model: EMILIANO DITTO (EP bookers)

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sweater LOS BLANCO trousers EL CID

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shoes & glasses EL CID

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shirt SANVARVAS

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sweater, shirt & belt LOS BLANCO trousers EL CID shoes BOLIVIA

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coat & shirt LOS BLANCO trousers SANVARVAS

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BLACK-EYED ANGELS SWAM WITH ME. photographer: LUCAS CASTRO PARDO stylists & producers: AGUSTÍN YARDE BULLER & MARTÍN BOERR model: JUAN ARECO (Civiles)

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waistcoat & shirt: LI-TORRES

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shirt: KOSTÜME trousers: CORA GROPPO 45


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T-shirt & shortpants: LI-TORRES

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TIERRALANDIA ESCAPA by KRYSTOPHER WOODS.

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PLACES AND FA

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ACES OF INDIA.

text & pictures: MATÍAS ERRÀZURIZ

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PLACES AND FACES OF INDIA. The subcontinent of India lies in south Asia, between Pakistan, China and Nepal. To the north it is bordered by the world's highest mountain chain, where foothill valleys cover the northernmost of the country's 26 states. Further south, plateaus, tropical rain forests and sandy deserts are bordered by palm fringed beaches. Side by side with the country's staggering topographical variations is its cultural diversity, the result of the coexistence of a number of religions as well as local tradition. Thus, the towering temples of south India, easily identifiable by their ornately sculptured surface, are associated with a great many crafts and performing arts of the region. In the desert of Kutch, Gujarat, on the other hand, a scattering of villages pit themselves against the awesome forces of nature, resulting in Spartan lifestyles made vibrant by a profusion of jewelry and ornamental embroidery used to adorn apparel and household linen. In the extreme north is the high altitude desert of Ladakh. Local culture is visibly shaped by the faith - Buddhism -as well as by the harsh terrain. Yet another facet of Indian culture is observed in the colorful tribal lifestyles of the north eastern states of Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura and Manipur with their folk culture. In the central Indian states of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh tribal village life has resulted in a variety of artistically executed handicrafts. [continues on page 67]

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India's mountains provide heli skiing, river running, mountaineering and trekking. Its beaches provide lazy sun-bathing as well as wind surfing and snorkeling, and its jungles provide shooting wildlife -with a camera. India's history goes back to 3,200 BC when Hinduism was first founded. Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism. Judaism. Zoroashtrianism, Christianity and Islam all exist within the country today. As a consequence of India's size, the history of the country has seldom been the same for two adjoining territories, and its great natural wealth has lured a succession of traders and foreign influences to it, each having left their imprint in the country, however faint or localized. Thus, Chinese fishing nets in Kerala are a throwback to that country's ancient maritime trade, while in the north, terra-cotta figurines of the centuries BC bear distinctly Greek traces. Modern India is home alike to the tribal with his anachronistic lifestyle and to the sophisticated urban jetsetter. It is a land where temple elephants exist amicably with the microchip. It’s ancient monuments are the backdrop for the world's largest democracy where atomic energy is generated and industrial development has brought the country within the world's top ten nations. Today, fishermen along the country's coastline fashion simple fishing boats in a centuries old tradition while, a few miles away. Motor vehicles glide off conveyor belts in state-of-the-art factories.

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QUIETDRIVE. WWW.QUIETDRIVEMUSIC.COM

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QUIETDRIVE. by ANDRÉS CASSANO & MARCELO BASAURE. Quietdrive kick-started 2009 by taking their enduring brand of power pop rock abroad conquering four continents, lighting up Mideast stages for US troops and catching fire in Japan. At home, they never forgot their loyal fan base and made contact regularly with visits to U.S. high schools and colleges while touring clubs and talking with music students about their experiences and the biz. And they have a lot to talk about, including their creative and instructive moves from a major to an indie to their own record label, each with its own memorable benchmarks. - The group's new album is titled Close Your Eyes people on other parts of the world that genuinely want to participate in having a good time. Why have called so? - We want you to close your eyes and listen. - What are you talking about in the promotional - What does it mean the songs on "Close Your song of the album named “Jessica”? Eyes”? - Jessica is about a girl that I knew, who had a - Overall the songs are always going to be about boyfriend that didn't know what was going on in her where we are at in our lives, and where others life. I wrote that song because he only wanted to know the truth so he could make a decision either around us are in their lives. way. But she never ended up telling him anything. - How would you define Quietdrive? - We are quietly driven to continue to take pictures - You usually play at many colleges and of the human condition using the camera of music. universities in the U.S. What succeed playing in those places? - Recently, you toured Japan and did very well, - It’s great to play colleges and universities because they are well attended and the kids are very how did you live the experience? - It was a great experience for us, personally, and appreciative. professionally. Its always amazing to be with other 73


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A MAGICAL RANCH IN URUGUAY. text and stylist: MATÍAS ERRÀZURIZ photography: LAUTARO BARTOLUCCI

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A MAGICAL RANCH IN URUGUAY. Lost in the Uruguayan countryside are the typical ranch over 100 years, full of magic and nostalgia. Its owners, Federico Bonomi and Cinthia Kern owners Kosiuko prestigious clothing brand, decided to repair it, so will transform in a place of relaxing with friends and family. The results are clear, the stone walls, over 60 cm wide, and ambience of the period, according to what it once was. The ranch has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, large kitchen and a room for storing tools, a gallery for all the home, where chairs are contemplating the horizon, this close to RĂ­o De La Plata, what gives autochthonous nature, very varied by the way. You can ride a horse or bike, etc. Everything is like the italian people say Dolce Farniente for relax rest when the noisy Buenos Aires is not good. For Cinthia and Federico looking for objects, and antique shops is part of a philosophy of life called Casa Chic, welcome home.

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vest TIMO WEILAND suspenders SIKI IM hat STYLIST’S OWN shoes MODEL’S OWN pant NICE COLLECTION gloves LACRASIA

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shoes FLORSHEIM BY DUCKIE BROWN socks UNIGLO hat BAILEY arm band H&M suspenders SIKI IM t-shirt NICE COLLECTION harness COLLINA STRADA 92


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FLOW SWEETLY, HANG HEAVY. photographer: LUCAS CASTRO PARDO model: FRAN CARMINATTI (LO management) wearing: WANAMA

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MELROSE BOYS. photographer: LORENZO MARCUCCI stylist: RICCARDO SLAVIK models: THEO HALL (Elite Milano) & MATEUS ROSA (Flash Model Management)

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sweater with long sleeves FRANKIE MORELLO

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sweatshirt with perforated leather overlay FRANKIE MORELLO

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THEO: destroyed metal studs tank top ANGELOS FRENTZOS shorts HTC MATEUS: distressed printed tshirt & jeans HTC 109


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THEO sweatshirt FRANKIE MORELLO tank top ANGELOS FRENTZOS shorts HTC MATEUS sleeveless jacket FRANKIE MORELLO tshirt & jeans HTC

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