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Issues Magazine

by Telavivian | 04.04.17

Written by Lisa Geismar 

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For those looking to commiserate, celebrate and explore life’s questions and vexations—look no further than Issues Magazine. The newly minted risograph, designed and produced by Tal Sofia, is Tel Aviv’s most intimate quarterly outlet; a limited edition, independent publication that tackles the “mundane annoyances that affect us all” with an angle that strikes a balance between experimental and discerning.

Each release will be dedicated to a different “issue” (think of the myriad facets of commitment issues)—all while featuring a range of local creatives to capture the zeitgeist of ideas and topics explored. Through the dynamic lenses of designers, artists, writers, photographers and illustrators, the magazine gives readers a space to understand that they’re not alone in their sentiments, thoughts and conceptions of the human condition.

Participants: Adi Savran, Manyearsago, Tom Melnick, Samuel Robinson, Shay Nifusi, Dan Kolinko, Carmelle Rubinstein, Roni Brot, Mati Shemoelof, Tal Shturm, Ofer Dabush, Ran Altamirano, Kaduregel Shefel (Gad Salner, Vadim Tarasov and Doron Shahino), Bina Katz, Zero Cents, Igal Talianski, Ben Nathan, Yael Meiry, Shira Grace Levy

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Tom Melnick

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Dan Kolinko & Carmelle Rubinstein

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Copies of issues will be available for purchase at Bvrly, BeitRomano, Derech Yaffo 9, for more info contact issues.mag.il@gmail.com.

Instagram: @issues_mag

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