A new independent magazine supporting young and emerging creative folk will launch nationally in Brisbane on October 30th.
Editor Linsey Rendell will launch the first issue of Seam Magazine at an intimate event at Brew in the city.
“Seam Magazine is a creativity-‐based indie magazine covering fashion, art, craft, design, music, travel and food, with the first issue focusing on start-‐up independent designers, artists and creatives,” Linsey said.
“We want to showcase and tell the stories of the lesser-‐known creative individuals in Australia and overseas, people who are starting to climb the ladder in their particular craft.
“Book, zine and product reviews are also included in the magazine, along with fashion shoots featuring handmade garments and accessories from emerging Australian designers, with a touch of vintage mixed in for good measure.
“An independent magazine is a great platform to help start-‐ups gain exposure, showing how unique and inspiring their work is through a like-‐minded medium.”
Seven months of planning, interviews, photo shoots, writing and editing will finally take shape with the release of Seam’s The Start-‐Ups issue.
And with planning for issue two already underway, there’s no rest for Linsey.
“It’s been an exciting and challenging year, and I’m so grateful for the support that I’ve received from family, friends and industry professionals.
“I’ve been inspired by so many creative people during the process of making Seam, and everyone I’ve met along the way has been so friendly and encouraging.”
Seam Magazine will be sold all around Australia at independent bookstores, fashion and craft boutiques as well as online.
Including Blackbird Corner as we've been chasing them since it was first announced! Hurrah!!
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