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By Chesney Hearst, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – For those longing for the early days of inspiration from such counter-culture magazines as Vice or perhaps even Wallpaper, a Carioca group is breaking through bland with a publication for the visual cortex. The refreshingly independent magazine, MODO, focuses on contemporary art, photography and fashion with an avant-garde approach: no text.

Freely distributed throughout shops, restaurants, book stores and galleries in Rio's Zona Sul (South Zone), MODO excludes editorial columns and stories in their bi-monthly publications, allowing the images to speak for themselves.

"The idea was to . . .

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