Created by Anthony and Pat Mascolo, INFRINGE explores the world of hair across creative disciplines. From the hairdressers, barbers and wigmakers using it as a medium for their craft, the photographers capturing hair culture across the globe, and the artists and activists challenging perceptions of hair and its role in shaping our sense of identity. INFRINGE is the Anthropology of Hair.
"Inside issue 3 You’ll find conversations with hair creatives including colourist legend Annie Humphreys and session star Paul Hanlon, as well as many of today’s rising stars in the industry, including hairdressers, barbers, wigmakers and session workers. Exploring the social and cultural impact of hair, INFRINGE continues to travel the globe in search of the most intriguing hair stories. Issue 3 includes photographer Tom Skipp and his exploration of the hidden world of the Ukrainian hair trade, anthropologist Emma Tarlo hosting a discussion around the art and politics of afro hair, and a peek at a unique Spanish museum dedicated entirely to hairdressing. We also visit the studios of some of today’s most iconic creatives, including British designer Zandra Rhodes, Spanish hairdresser-turned-artist Lluis Llongueras, and Russian twin doll-makers The Popovy Sisters."