And I Still Miss You
And I Still Miss You is an incredibly-stylish magazine that features work by a selection of photographers – and sometimes artists. Photographs range from people to scenes to nature to conceptual and anything in between.
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Beat is a young generation magazine entirely formed by photo projects. Each issue focuses on certain topics, and the questions are attempted to be answered via photographs to augment verbal communication.
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Canvas features stylish and emotive photography – especially focused on people. Each issue features a certain focus (skin, gender, the future, black and white, music, and so forth) and the showcased photographs then explore that theme.
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Democratic Books features a photographer exploring an idea or theme or giving a photograph-based report-of-sorts in each issue (or “book”). The photography explores a concept or documents people’s lives, events, and whatever else.
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Five to Nine
Five to Nine explores what people create in their free time. In its two year run, the magazine has published works from nearly one hundred different designers and artists, and have welcomed Karl Frankowski & Damien Correll as guest curators.
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I Can See Pixels
I Can See Pixels about cell phone photography. It strives to give professionals, students and amateurs a platform to explore and establish cell phone photography as a new and independent means of expression.
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the-ideo is a Hong Kong-based and non-commercial platform of the founders’ photo works. They strive to find some new ideas outside of their day-to-day stuffy jobs, which they then post in issues of the-ideo. Each issue focuses on a different theme.
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Invisible City is dedicated to showcasing contemporary art and writing by emerging artists from Australia and around the world. Each issue will explore a contemporary theoretical idea through images, creative and critical writing.
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Jetpac featuring creative, fun, conceptual, and all-round good photography – in addition to illustrations, designs, comedy, poetry, interviews, reviews, and anything else that’s good with the world.
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Kiosk is a self-described “collaboration of 2 people. A dialogue, a ping-pong by mail. An Exchange of data, images, drawings, texts during one month.” Basically, each month an invited artist proposes and exchange with another artist, and the results are published.
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LAB is a not-for-profit publication that showcases the work of culture makers – photographs and other visual mediums. LAB is about learning, making, and contributing to the collective creative culture. It’s a self-described “wunderkabinet of creative culture. With a cherry on top.”
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Loom is a Germany-based English-language magazine (and iPad app) that simply showcases amazing and inspiring photographs. Of people, fashion, scenes, nature, and more – all stylish and sometimes conceptual.
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P+M is made for photograph and music lovers. Featured photography is shot around Japan and focuses on people, fashion, cities, and nature, among other things in Japan. Each issue also includes a interview and mus