Ordinary Magazine Issue 5 is out now. Issue 5 is all about the rubbish bag. And its an extra thick double issue with poster included! We worked with really great artists again.
Ordinary is a quarterly fine art photography magazine featuring over 20 artists from around the world who are sent one ordinary object, which comes as an extra, to make it extra-ordinary.
Kevin van Aelst, Mauricio Alejo, Bompas & Parr, Lotte van Eijk, Kostis Fokas, Amos Fricke, Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek, David Brandon Geeting, Heleen Haijtema & Tryntsje Nauta, Sebastian Henkel, Lauren Hillebrandt, Jan Hoek & Godlisten Meshack, Harmen de Hoop, Thomas Nondh Jansen, John, Martin Kollar, Taisuke Koyama, Kelia Anne MacCluskey, Chris Maggio, Hans van der Meer, Malcom Nduati, Perrine Philomeen, Cécilia Poupon, Andy Price, PUTPUT, Rottingdean Bazaar & Annie Collinge, Phebe Schmidt, Helmut Smits, Rachel Stern, Zhongjia Sun, Synchrodogs, Florent Tanet, Yumiko Utsu, Marie Valognes, Wyne Veen, Daniele Vickers, Ben Wheele
All magazines are packaged carefully, in the unlikely case that the magazine gets damaged during shipping the publisher and LOREM (not Ipsum) is not held responsible.Available End of April 2017
Die erste Ausgabe von #Kurt ist da! Das neue Printmagazin stammt aus der Feder von vier jungen Journalismusköpfen: Michelle Schwarzenbach, Kerstin Hasse, Christian Zürcher und Simon Knopf. Die erste Ausgabe des 64 Seiten starken Magazins steht unter dem Motto «Scheitern». Interviews, Hintergrundartikel, Reportagen wie auch Essays und Bildstrecken nehmen sich...
212 is a new biannual magazine published in Spring 2016. It is based out of Istanbul and published and distributed internationally. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born in the city where east meets west (as the love-worn cliche...
212 magazine Issue 2 is out now. The theme for the second issue of 212 magazine is Locality, and we have used it to guide our many attempts to capture phenomena that might be called ‘homegrown’; to consider how they frame communities’ experience and interact with the world outside. This...