Jane is a biannual fashion and fine art publication shot entirely on film and printed on paper.
The magazine explores the disciplines of art, photography, fashion and poetry. Changing the perception that print is disposable, Jane is a slow art movement that has been created with consideration and creative freedom to provide an authentic, progressive, and timeless vision and voice.
Slowing down the creation and consumption of art, Jane is devoted to the art of storytelling, offering real and authentic ideas that are guided only by creativity.
the sea within
Produced and developed independently across 13 cities worldwide, issue five of JANE features 406 pages of analogue photographic work, art, editorial and poems.
Shot entirely on film, issue five of JANE is dedicated to our intuition. To stripping back the layers, unfolding the underneath.
To looking at what we were before we added the masks and the shields and the masquerades and the distractions, before we forget how to trust and listen to reflex and to lean on the support of community.
To the abundance of knowledge that’s embedded in our bones. It is a homecoming of sorts, an invitation to trust in what we know, to trust in the rhythms and the rituals that we once relied upon.
To make space for moments of spontaneity, guided by gut and instinct. To understanding that it’s all connected. We’re all connected. To coming back to yourself, stepping back in time with the rhythm.
To realigning. Refocusing. Remembering.
To the sea within.
Amongst many others, issue five features:
Photographic work by Jessa Carter, Mara Corsino, Arthur Groeneveld, Massimo Leardini, Jake Terrey and Bamboo van Kampen
Written features by Divya Bala, Kathryn Carter, Shana Chandra, Rosie Dalton, and Caity Hennessy
Artwork and poetry by Katerina Bak, Lauren Cassar, Frederic Forest and Maggie Smith
And interviews with Italian pianist Ludovico Einaudi, photographer Vincent Ferrane, travel / documentary photographer Mark Edward Harris, interdisciplinary artist Sarah Cameron Sunde, artist and astrologist Antonelle Arismendi, journalist Susan Orlean, Lesse Official founder Neada Deters and ceramicist Rachel Saunders