Man of Many launches second digital edition with cover stars Alexandra Daddario, Patrick Dempsey, and Tom Morello

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The latest edition takes readers inside Man of Many’s key verticals: watches, automotive, entertainment, and fashion.

Man of Many is launching its CREATION Digital Edtion, fronted by a trio of internationally recognised cover stars.

The latest quarterly volume explores the creative process from all angles, celebrating the thinkers, doers, and dreamers who bring ideas to fruition.

Kicking off with an Australian exclusive, CREATION sees actress Alexandra Daddario recount her journey in Hollywood. According to Nick Hall, Man of Many editor-in-chief, The White Lotus star’s candid and honest feature set the tone for an inspiring collection of stories.

“There are few people on Earth who better encapsulate the creative zeitgeist than Alexandra. As a creative working in one of the most competitive industries on earth, she’s faced her fair share of disappointments, but after a blockbuster showing in one of the biggest television series of all time, she’s become a shining example of what can happen when an artist refuses to compromise their art,” Hall said.

The latest edition also takes readers inside Man of Many’s key verticals: watches, automotive, entertainment, and fashion.

“Our second Digital Edition is a celebration of the innovators and visionaries who shape our world,” said Hall. 

“This collection of stories is among the most diverse we have curated, however, they all share a common underlying theme: that the act of making, whether it be whisky, food, art, or music, is not a job or a vocation but a gift that must be nurtured. Our CREATION Edition is a love letter to passion and a reminder that art is almost never purely for art’s sake.”

Digital cover stars:

• Alexandra Daddario: In an Australian exclusive, ‘The White Lotus’ star talks about setbacks, breakthroughs, and the ‘finicky’ nature of Hollywood.

• Patrick Dempsey: In a revealing personal account, the actor and race car driver detailed the thrill of starring in Michael Mann’s ‘Ferrari’ and how he managed to one-up Steve McQueen.

• Tom Morello: Morello reveals how he found his signature sound, his predictions for the future of the electric guitar, and what revolution in the modern age really means.

The edition also features interviews and profiles with:

• Joel Edgerton: The actor and filmmaker discusses his latest projects and creative process.

• Chef Nobu Matsuhisa: The chef talks about his culinary innovations and the global success of his restaurants.

• Heather Tillott: The Sullivans Cove distillery manager explains the art, science, and ‘revelation’ behind the Tasmanian label’s award-winning whisky.

In June, co-founder of Man of Many Scott Purcell won the Publishing Award at Mediaweek’s Next of the Best Awards.

He told Mediaweek that being an independent publisher means the team can create “pure, honest content” with “no strings attached.”

See also: Scott Purcell: Independence allows Man of Many ‘to stay true to our vision’

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