Analog Forever - Film Photography Magazine - Issue 1 - slight damage to back cover
Discounted due to slight crease on back two pages - see final image photos below. The rest of the magazine is in perfect condition.
Analog Forever Magazine, Issue 1 will take readers on a photographic journey around the world through ten different artists’ eyes. Through this ground-breaking publication you will be transported from the artists’ private and commercial studios to the streets of 1940s San Francisco, and the urban jungle of modern Los Angeles. You will see the timeless nature of the vast landscapes of Iceland via a pinhole lens, and explore the minds and collections of abstract and experimental photographers that are as unique as they are brilliant.
With over 125+ pages of analog photography - printed in exceptional quality - there is tons of creative film-photography inspiration to get your teeth into!
Please enjoy the artists work, explore their websites, follow them on social media, and get ready for a revolution in analogue photography journalism...
Featured Photographer: John F Cooper - “Organic Portraits”
New York-based photographer John F. Cooper’s series Organic Portraits is a timeless and fundamentally beautiful collection of portraits, produced on traditional 4x5 and 8x10 Polaroid film, that were created to raise awareness for—and help preserve—the world's rainforests. With the aid of stylist Peter Brown, his series showcases living art pieces that combine the worlds of analog photography, style, fashion, and art. The resulting book, funded as a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2015, donated 100% of it's profits to the Rain Forest Action Network. Featured
Photographer: Mads Madison - “Memories”
Mads Madison is a German self-taught visual artist and analog photographer. His series Memories examines the ideas of false memories, made up moments, and inner conflicts and emptiness that come into our lives via harmful social constructs, such as the desire for beauty and status. By deconstruction, the original message of these images are distorted and their meanings shifted. Scenes and plots are rewritten which leads to a multiverse of interpretational facets and fragments, leaving the viewer orphaned with a mix of conflicting feelings and thoughts.
Interviewed Photographer: Yelena Zhavoronkova - “Grana” + “Off Center”
Yelena Zhavoronkova is a California-based fine art photographer and graphic designer. Over the past decade, Yelena has been intensively studying and working in photography, which helps her to express her artistic vision. Her beautifully lit and intimate still life images focus on our natural world, and all of her design and artistic sensibilities are lovingly presented as platinum/palladium prints. We are thrilled to highlight photographs from the Grana and Off Center collections, with a special emphasis on her printing techniques in this upcoming interview. Featured
Photographer: Blue Mitchell - “Evanescent-Energy”
Blue Mitchell, as an artist, publisher, curator, and educator, is a ceaseless enthusiast for all things photographic. Employing many different techniques throughout his own photographic work, he takes us beyond the representational photographic image, adding a visual texture that speaks to the unseen emotional presence of the moment. We’ll be looking at his series Evanescent Energy, where serene landscapes are dynamically transformed by heat and flame Featured
Photographer: K.K. DePaul - “Reluctant Brides” + “Between the Lines”
K.K. DePaul is a photographic artist whose chosen process of layered assemblage creates stunning and thought provoking imagery. Producing work that is intensely personal and strikingly created, her assemblages focus on memory and secrets. A true master of mixed media, K.K. uses her past to inform her photographic creations like no other. Analog Forever Magazine is looking forward to featuring K.K.’s imagery to our analog obsessed fans.
Interviewed Photographer: Lynn Bierbaum - “Thai Appreciation”
Lynn Bierbaum is an alternative process photographer and glassblower from Minneapolis, Minnesota, who’s series, Thai Appreciation, explores her search for belonging and for a place she can call home, by creating three-dimensional photography sculptures from a hybrid process of wet plate collodion and blown glass. Lynn’s work strives to find a balance between two and three-dimensional planes which creates an unique perspective for the viewer to observe, hold, and touch the work she creates.
Featured Photographer: Anna Foersterling - “The Best of Anna Foersterling”
Anna Försterling is a German fine art photographer who captures expressive portraits that are both minimalist and complexly emotional. The images she creates expose her models' feelings and character by showing their strength, beauty, and fragility. She captures the whole of the human form with all if it’s detail with her own unique aesthetic that utilizes both nude models and striking faces that takes portraiture to a whole other level.
Interviewed Photographer: Fred Lyon - “7 Decades of Editorial Photography”
For over seven decades, with a ravenous eye and boundless energy, Fred Lyon has been firmly anchored behind a camera. From the streets of his native San Francisco, to the offices of Life and Vogue, to the sensuous joys of food, wine, and travel, Fred has seen, and shot, nearly all life has to offer. We are honored to be able to sit down with him to discuss his life, his work, and the faces he’s seen along the way.
Featured Photographer: Nils Karlson - “Vastness”
His series explores the country of Iceland through a pinhole lens that describes the profound feeling of calm and quiet. His images evoke the primal nature of the plains stretching into the distance that allows us to see the true scope of this great land: an immense extent of volcanic debris, soil, and snow. He transports us into the great silence of this environment that can only be described as an almost limitless expanse of sky, changing its face from crystal clear to thick with snow in a blink. It’s only there that we can see the vastness of the world.
Interviewed Photographer: Estevan Oriol - “ The True Los Angeles”
Estevan Oriol is a photographer with a very special lens. Not the lens on his camera, but the lens with which he sees the world. For more than 25 years, his unique and authentic insight into the world of lowriders, hip hop and life in the inner city of Los Angeles, gives us a look at a world into which only he could offer with such perspective and personal truth. Armed with his camera and black and white film, Estevan shares his journey from hip hop tour manager for House of Pain and Cypress Hill to an internationally renowned and published photographer in a way no one else could.
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Edition 1 of Analog Forever is probably the best issue 1 of anything ever put into print. Well, for me at least. The imagery and accompanying text is super informative - Michaels article about Nils Karlson's pinhole photography being probably my favourite.
The physical publication is of the best quality I have seen for a publication like this, heavyweight paper and cover and for its price it really is more of a coffee table book than a magazine.
This was the 'slightly damaged' copy being sold off cheap, and look at the picture for the extent of the damage...its really nothing, genuinely nothing that affects the enjoyment of the book. I won't call it a magazine.