Novice recently announced its fourth maga-book, a collection of some 400 pages of only the best-curated artworks, stories, literary works, essays, photographs, and features from local poets, writers, graphic artists, photographers, and illustrators.
Like its forerunner issues, the fourth issue of Novice also has a double cover. The fourth run features local artist Diende Noel’s winning artwork depicting the theme of “migration,” and francisgum, an LA-based multidisciplinary creative whose work has been featured locally and internationally in publications such as British Vogue, PhotoVogue, Mega Magazine, and Nylon Manila.
Inside, the maga-book has exclusive interviews with writer, storyteller, and content creator Mark Raywin Tome; designer-photographer Patrick Kasingsing, editor-in-chief of Kanto and co-founder of Brutalist Pilipinas; aquascape artist Jay Aromin; creative director and graphic designer Sean Eidder; digital artist Denver Balbaboco; type designer John David Maza; and cover contest winning artist Diende Noel, a multi-hyphenate creative, collage artist, writer, and graphic designer.
Novice, whose creative and art directors are among the brains behind the Creatives With Leni campaign and artbook, is a passion-driven project aimed at promoting the spirit of creativity. It also aims to strengthen the country’s artistic community by being a platform that celebrates young and aspiring creatives who showcase their talents as they make their marks in both local and international scenes.
You can pre-order the fourth issue until October 8, 2022, at a discounted price of P850. This comes with freebies.
To date, the magazine has a target of 1,000 pre-ordered copies to proceed to print.
By pre-ordering a copy, you not only help the print media stay alive, but you also help the magazine in its outreach programs called The Volume Project. As of writing, Novice has already donated hundreds of thousands to various causes that primarily aim to uplift the lives of those on the fringes of society.
Show full support to the featured creatives by using their affiliate codes upon checkout on the website. Follow Novice’s social media to learn more about the featured creatives and to have access to their affiliate codes.
Pre-order at www.noviceph.shop.
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