WOOFERMAGAZINE 01
A PRINTED MAGAZINE

Cover photo Timo Lemmetti

Our online magazine turns one year old and we are very happy with the work done.

It has been a completely new experience for me and I have loved being able to talk and share the work of many photographers that I admire.

Now it’s time to take it a step further and turn to paper to tell a visual story of 100 photos.

Similar to what we usually do with our Sunday Special, we are going to sequence the images generating connections with worlds that are far from each other but that have connection points.

Krissa Muonio

Paper has a characteristic, it lasts over time.

We believe that the 100 photos chosen deserve it.

To finance the magazine we have decided to use Crowdfunding.

You can go to the project page and order your magazine.

If the fundraising goal is not reached, nothing will be charged and there will be no magazine.

But we are convinced that Woofermagazine deserves to last over time and that our community understands it like we do.

 

Michael Ornauer

So if you think that a high-quality, limited-edition, numbered printed magazine is an interesting project, even for collecting, you can go to our project page and reserve a copy.

We will greatly appreciate it, and it would give us a great push towards new editorial projects.

Woofermagazine wants to grow, I hope you believe that we deserve it.

Rúben Rosa

Francesco Cucchiara

Fabien Dendiével

Chris Harrison

Phil Bebbington

Lewis Kennedy

Dawn Eagleton

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MOSTLY FALSE REPORTS

Stephen Leslie new photobook is a combination of original candid street photography and short stories he has written inspired by the images

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INVISIBLE SPACE

Wojciech Karlinski takes us to his neighborhood of residence and reflects on the interaction between the places that are closest and most familiar to us and our lives.

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FOCUS ON MAURO QUIRINI

Woofermagazine is pleased to present to you an Italian photographer who truly deserves recognition.

STRANDED

This series by Swedish photographer Gustav Gräll takes us to discover beach life.

many small chairs in a line and a man sitting on one of them

FOCUS ON ANNETTE LANG

Annette Lang masters the minimalism applied to street photography, which she beautifully captures in her photos depicting the Promenade de Nice.

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