CONTRIBUTORS ERIN EMOCLING is a marveller of nonsequitur writing, cinematic films, and analogue photography. She adores cats, the human anatomy, tattoos, and vintage finds, among otherworldly things. She recently worked as Lomography Magazine’s chief editor. She currently works as a freelance writer and contributes to online magazines like Feature Shoot, Lost at E Minor, and Network Awesome. You may also follow her on Twitter and Tumblr under the
DOMENICO PETRALIA is a photographer born in Sicilia, Italy in 1985. He moved to Milan aged 23 to cultivate his passion where he refined his skills and taste towards fashion photography. He is captivated by the expressivity and natural movements of an individual and captures timeless emotion in their purest form.
NEIL CRAVER began his path as an abstract painter and figurative sculptor in North Carolina; motivations grew from his interest of the psychophysical effects of chroma. Photography holds all the intrinsic values of all the other arts, but differers in the fact the it’s the foundation of existence. His creations are the exploration of his inner facilities; in the pursuit of contemporary knowledge expressing “original thoughts”
RYAN MELGAR is 20 years old and he’s basically in love with art. He can eat a dozen of donuts, too. Well, except Bavarian-flavored ones.
ALFONSO BASSIG has a way with words. Heavily obsessed with poetry and songwriting, you can often find him fiddling with the Notes app on his iPod, attempting to string lines together. For this issue, he submitted a few of his song covers and original songs.
JESSAN MIRAMON likes to doodle, to pull all-nighters, to read. He likes making things with his hands and singing about things he does while he is doing them. Jessan hopes to one day find Where’s Fluffy?, kiss his elbow, and read the best-est novel next to The Catcher In the Rye.
MINA DEOCAREZA is is taking up BA Creative Writing at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She works as a freelance writer and academic tutor.
Triple cover with The Strangeness, RomCom and Low Leaf. Long live OPM!