Here’s a new set of photography inspiration for all you eye candy freaks out there. Enjoy!
Love Issue is part of Oitzarisme, a inspirational website founded by Constantin Nimigean from Romania. The title may refers to issue like a problem, or consequence, or conclusion, or just an issue, an entry of what are we are calling love. Each month he will feature eight projects about a secret theme about humans, love, or everything that binds us together. Sounds very mushy, isn’t it?
The Velvet Cell is an online photography magazine featuring urban photographers and their portfolios. Specialised in urban based photography, often with a social undercurrent, TVC is interested in work that finds beauty in the conventionally ugly and photography which challenges the commercial norms. The magazine was founded by photographer Eanna de Freine and it’s based in London, UK. They recently launched their offline project, called The Velvet Cell Books, a natural progression from the online magazine and their very much needed jump into ‘print’. Each book focuses on one photographer and his work. Check out their website for more details.
Ahorn is an online magazine dedicated to contemporary photography, directed and edited by Daniel Augschoell and Anya Jasbar. The principal aim is to give to their readers a tool to know what’s happening in contemporary photography, and to offer emerging photographers an interesting place to bring their work to a wider audience.
Unless you will is founded and curated by Heidi Romano, is an online journal that showcases a vision within photo-based art. Their goal is to bring together a collection of notable photographers from around the world and present their work without too many frills, artists who work with the notions of play, honesty and craftsmanship.
Ninja magazine is a visual online magazine that reached over 1,5 million readers from world wide and a great source of inspiration for a curious readership, essentially urban and sensitive to art, photography, fashion and travels. Ninja Magazine brings the visual tools of tomorrow and the new modes of photographic expression. The magazine is posted every two months.
The great guys from Le négatif are featuring only contemporary Film Photography each month and they are self sponsored and helped by their members donations. In every issue they bring us various articles, interviews, project reviews etc, with the only purpose of celebrating film photography, and hoping to make its life longer in these digital days. Keep shooting film! is their slogan.
Like they say, square is everywhere. You should check how’s the square photography, too and if you have witnessed a square occurrence, or bought a square product, send them a picture and they’ll do a special feature. They really want to square-conquer the world!
“Plateforme isn’t a fashion magazine, an art magazine or a media magazine, Plateforme is a magazine to exhibit, to set forth, to discover oneself and to describe, it opens up eyes and is open to talents, gives a dual vision on a subject, a place, an emotion, an idea.” They consider themselves a plateform of expression that shows and reveals that talent takes many shapes.
“Dide” means eye, glance or being seen according to the Persian vocabulary but for them, Dide is the name of an monthly online magazine published in Farsi and English, and its main goal for the first year is to be able to emphasize on notable works of Iranian photography. Each issue of Dide focuses on displaying one project, along with words and texts by photographers and critics and they are hopefully trying to depict the variety that identifies contemporary photography.
Deep Sleep is a quarterly online photography magazine that features work from a small group of contributors who share the same office space in Shoreditch, East London. Each issue will be on a specific theme and guest contributors are also invited to submit a set of images based on that theme. Check out their website for more details.