Intern Magazine Issue 1 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue One is a 144 page, perfect bound 240mm x 170mm insight into the world of internships. Featuring work from Vincy Cheung, Jack Taylor, Lauren Murphy and Paul Phung. A learned perspective comes courtesy of Mike Perry, James Victore and Tim Lindsay among others.
Intern Magazine is a new, bi-annual independent print publication concerned with internships in the creative industries. The magazine has two main aims. The first is to provide a tactile showcase for the precocious talent currently working in these fields unpaid and as interns. Secondly, we are initiating a long overdue and frank debate about the current state of the intern culture, and its potential implications in both the short and long term for the creative industries. The intention is to empower interns through both facets of the publication. Drawing industry attention to the work of those we feature and existing as a useful resource to those currently involved in or on the precipice of internships are our means of doing so. If you are at all compelled by the culture of unpaid work then you will find something of interest in our pages.
Content: Intern Magazine – Issue 1
- The Nomadic Designer. Daniel Cooper recalls his final project at university, an exploration into nomadic work practices that saw him intern all around Europe.
- Paul Phung. The recently graduated photographer discusses the daunting process of becoming a full-time freelance photographer.
- Ideas Need People. D&AD CEO Tim Lindsay discusses the ramifications of the current intern culture for the creative industries.
- Mike & Vincy. NYC-based artist Mike Perry and his former student/intern Vincy Cheung’s reflect on their time spent together.
- Precious Cargo. As it becomes harder and harder for young photographers to stand out from the crowd, we look at our pick of those who use Cargo Collective as an online platform.
- Burning Question. James Victore answers a “Burning Question” from one of our readers.