Gazing through the unique lens of fringe culture, this issue of Kodachrome goes underground – analog style. Whether it’s skating across cultural boundaries, getting back to the heart and soul of beer brewing, digging into the annals of afrobeat, using
celluloid to disrupt the status quo, lusting after classic film cameras or stitching patches with punch, Kodachrome Issue 04 is packed with stories, photo galleries, insights and interviews from the frontline of global creativity.
Issue 04 is 84 pages of features, photography and illustration including:
Director Spike Lee on the power of film, challenging misconceptions about independent cinema and his latest joint – BlacKkKlansman
Louisa Menke on skating in a war zone and breathing life into a photograph through film
Hong Kong photography institution David Chan on cameras with staying power
Tacita Dean and peers on why contemporary artists are committed to celluloid
Thomas Campbell, Ed Templeton, the Homcys and more on the effect and impact of analog when shooting surf, skate and snow
From Aardman to LAIKA, how stop motion studios are crafting stories beyond our wildest dreams
How Analog Africa is uncovering rare afrobeat gems and putting them in the spotlight
Tracking the international craft beer revolution via the Philippines, Denmark and India
Camera Club: #kodakcameraclub’s eye on the underground
Unusual canvasses: saluting the artists and nerds making statements in stitch
Rochester's Brightest Wallfower
From vibrant silk-screened statements that shout from the walls to hand-stamped stickers left to brighten street corners – Mike Dellaria’s public art has made him one of Rochester, NY’s cult heroes.
From bringing color to the silver screen to slaying it with a superhero movie for our times; from revolutionizing photography to Kickstarting a revolution in creative production; from exploring the cultural pull of the dark to
illuminating it with creative neon – in this issue we salute the gamechangers, disruptors and innovators all. Kodachrome 3 is bursting with stories, photo galleries, insights and interviews from the frontline of global creativity.
This beautifully designed bumper issue also showcases the photographic brilliance of online communities shooting in film, from Jason Lee’s Film Photographic to Kodak’s very own Camera Club.
Kodachrome 3 is 120 pages of features, photography and illustration including:
Director Patty Jenkins on Wonder Woman, storytelling and defying stereotypes
Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka and photographer Samuel Butt on their shared analog passions
Kickstarter co-founder and Lost Arts founder Charles Adler on defending creative freedom
Jason Lee on @filmphotographic and harnessing digital tools to spread the analog love
Cameron Crowe to Hans Zimmer, Bond to Harry Potter – why live soundtracks are hitting the big time
Color Glorious Color: the innovation and revelations of making Technicolor work
Let There Be Light: why inventors dedicate their lives to brightening our world
Edge of Tomorrow: the scientists emulating your organs on microchips
The Escape Artist: living art installations and their impact on festival culture
Light Fantastic: the culture and craft of neon lighting and its remaining masters
From the creative power of limits to the enduring spell of children’s books, unleashing Warhol’s films to the prowess of print news in a post-truth world, crafting special effects to photographing the moon; the second installment
of Kodachrome is bursting with stories, conversations and investigations from across the world – and the decades. Share our fascination with creation, craft and inspiration? This journal is for you.
Issue 02 is 96 pages of illuminating features, photography and illustration including:
Writer–director–filmmaker Tom Beard on telling the untold
Lunar Spectacular: taking photography to the moon, and back
Dark Art: developing the art of film at Labyrinth Photographic
John Hanhardt on curation, from MoMA to Warhol’s secret film store
Craft Movement: exploring the evolution of film’s special effects
The Art of Science, The Science of Art: 3D printing’s place in the art world
Put on Your Red Dress: tracing the trope of the woman in red
Sparking Creativity: striking a connection with matchbox artists across the globe
Around the world a new generation has rediscovered the beauty and honesty of analog technology. Not out of nostalgia, but appreciation. And that appreciation is worth celebrating.
Crystalizing the analog movement as a cultural moment, Kodachrome magazine celebrates and showcases the global creative community it serves. Each issue explores creation, craft and inspiration in all its glory, from the makers and masters who’ve
shaped the scene today, to the innovators and disruptors pushing it somewhere new, next.
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