Calin Kruse, the editor of dienacht magazine, messaged me a couple of weeks ago to talk about his publication. dienacht is a biannual magazine for photography, design, subculture published in Germany (with German and English text) and featuring the work of international artists.
The first thing I loved about the magazine was the format: a size slightly smaller than A5 with an almost square shape. These dimensions, along with the great paper quality and binding, make this publication feel more like a book than a magazine.
The variety of the portfolios presented in this issue makes it also really interesting. I had never heard about the photographers featured so it was great to discover Marco Vernaschi's Biophilia series about exploring the increasing trend of reconnecting with the natural world, or Dennis Dailleux photos of Ghana.
Although the main focus of the publication is on photography, dienacht has also space for other disciplines like graphic design and mixed media.
The final pages of the magazine are dedicated to one of my favourite things -yes, you guessed right- zine, magazine and book reviews focusing on photography.
The last issue of dienacht is a limited edition of 1,000 copies and it's only 7€. If you want to find more information about it, you can do it on the magazine's website.
*You can check all the previous reviews here. If you want to get your zine reviewed, leave a comment below or drop me a message to firstname.lastname@example.org*
I'm also giving away 9 digital magazine subscriptions, if you want to find out how to get one just head to this blog post to know more about it!