analog magazine is a swiss based curated space for contemporary analog photography and creative writing.
We exhibit artists and authors who add layers of meaning to their oeuvres without too many frills. People who convey strong feelings, who trigger emotions and who create art with which you need to interact in a creative way.
We care about works with a poetic narrative, where simple expressionism, minimalism and careful attention to composition are the main drives.
Our intention is to bring together a notable collection of artists from all around the world and present their work in a high quality and periodical printed publication, which in turn acts as a great source of inspiration for other creative minds.
We are constantly looking for new talents working within our editorial lines. To submit your work to analog magazine, please send us an email to: hello.analog.mag[at]gmail.com with the link to your portfolio or series for consideration (please do not send photos via email, if approved, we will request you the images). Alternatively, you can submit your images to our Flickr group which is reviewed daily.
analog magazine Issue #3 represents a very special occasion for us, marking the first anniversary of our print edition. Therefore this book contains a remarkable collection of works by six talented photographers: Danila Tkachenko, Nina Röder, Simone Carollo, Sophie Fontaine, Delphine Schacher and Lukasz Wierzbowski. The literary part of this number is represented by Susan Greenfield with a fascinating short-fiction story.
Do not miss the opportunity to get your hands on this collectible coffee-table book since we only produce limited hand-numbered copies of each of our issues.
16.5 x 20 cm | 98 pages
Offset Print | 135 g/m2 MultiArt Silk Paper
print run: 400 copies | manually numbered
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