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Period Zine Issue 7 (the Lost Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. This issue’s theme of issue 6 is Lost. Like the previous issues all the contributors are female, but anyone can relate. It’s not just for women, but by women. Contributors include Magdalena Siwicka, Amelia Kjellin, Linda Sundqvist, Lena Modigh, Jaana – Kristina Alakoski, Ella Fleck, Vincent Hill, Finlay Hill, Tish Murtha (©Ella Murtha), Matilda Lauri, Anna Brunius, Matilde Søes Rasmussen, Marie Flarup Kristensen, Kate Monro.

Period Zine is a limited edition magazine from Sweden. It was founded by Lena Modigh that unapologetically focuses on the contemporary female narrative by female-only contributors. Period is an independent magazine, without any advertising, not about periods, but about intriguing and interesting themes. For each issue, photographers, illustrators and writers, interpret the themes freely. Like the previous issues all the contributors are female, but anyone can relate. It’s not just for women, but by women. “When thinking of space it’s easy to imagine wide open space: empty, minimal and peaceful spaces,” Stockholm-based photographer and Period. founder Lena Modigh explains. “But there’s also personal space, crowded space, gendered space, virtual.” The zine covers the gamut. There’s a profile on 1940s graffiti pioneer Martha Cooper dousing public space in spray paint, an American criminologist’s account of starting a commune in east London and an essay on isolation by writer Yasmine Ganley. There’s collages of cloudscapes and close ups of crotches.” – Georgie Wright i-D online.

Contributors

Magdalena Siwicka, Amelia Kjellin, Linda Sundqvist, Lena Modigh, Jaana – Kristina Alakoski, Ella Fleck, Vincent Hill, Finlay Hill, Tish Murtha (©Ella Murtha), Matilda Lauri, Anna Brunius, Matilde Søes Rasmussen, Marie Flarup Kristensen, Kate Monro.

Details: Period Zine – Issue 7

21 x 29 cm, Softcover

Article No. bfperiodzine0007 Published by Period Zine Manufactured in Sweden Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop Weight 400 g Dimensions 27 × 24 × 1 cm

Period Zine Issue 7 (the Lost Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. This issue’s theme of issue 6 is Lost. Like the previous issues all the contributors are female, but anyone can relate. It’s not just for women, but by women. Contributors include Magdalena Siwicka, Amelia Kjellin, Linda Sundqvist, Lena Modigh, Jaana – Kristina Alakoski, Ella Fleck, Vincent Hill, Finlay Hill, Tish Murtha (©Ella Murtha), Matilda Lauri, Anna Brunius, Matilde Søes Rasmussen, Marie Flarup Kristensen, Kate Monro.

Period Zine is a limited edition magazine from Sweden. It was founded by Lena Modigh that unapologetically focuses on the contemporary female narrative by female-only contributors. Period is an independent magazine, without any advertising, not about periods, but about intriguing and interesting themes. For each issue, photographers, illustrators and writers, interpret the themes freely. Like the previous issues all the contributors are female, but anyone can relate. It’s not just for women, but by women. “When thinking of space it’s easy to imagine wide open space: empty, minimal and peaceful spaces,” Stockholm-based photographer and Period. founder Lena Modigh explains. “But there’s also personal space, crowded space, gendered space, virtual.” The zine covers the gamut. There’s a profile on 1940s graffiti pioneer Martha Cooper dousing public space in spray paint, an American criminologist’s account of starting a commune in east London and an essay on isolation by writer Yasmine Ganley. There’s collages of cloudscapes and close ups of crotches.” – Georgie Wright i-D online.

Contributors

Magdalena Siwicka, Amelia Kjellin, Linda Sundqvist, Lena Modigh, Jaana – Kristina Alakoski, Ella Fleck, Vincent Hill, Finlay Hill, Tish Murtha (©Ella Murtha), Matilda Lauri, Anna Brunius, Matilde Søes Rasmussen, Marie Flarup Kristensen, Kate Monro.

Details: Period Zine – Issue 7

21 x 29 cm, Softcover

Article No. bfperiodzine0007 Published by Period Zine Manufactured in Sweden Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop Weight 400 g Dimensions 27 × 24 × 1 cm
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