FRAMED Magazine is an Art and Design publication dedicated to the exposure of international and multidisciplinary content emphasizing innovation and creativity. Through a rotating collaborative team, we prepare a semi-annual visual experience with curated and commissioned editorials, stories and other creative collaborations. Our efforts to work with a diverse team ensures a refined and impartial selection of international talents working against racism and discrimination.
FlightSim magazine is the one of the world's to flight simulation specific publications! Released bi-monthly, each and every issue is packed full of awesome flight-simulation content. Anything from reviews, to tutorials, to giveaways and more can be found inside! Founded in 2013, we are currently the newest operation flight simulation specific magazine, and have what we like to think of as the "freshest" viewpoints, the "sharpest" humor, and the most "crisp" design.
Pen It! Magazine is celebrating the beginning of our fourth year, and it will prove to be a year of growth and renewal. Pen It! Magazine is quality Writers Journal in an E-Zine. Writers and readers alike enjoy Pen It! You will find articles on writing, information about local authors, poetry, short stories, information on contests, writers groups, and more. Pen It! is always looking for submissions, columnists, and poets. We love focusing on local authors. You can send your submissions to Debi Hurt, Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
A.R.T.S.Y Magazine is here to tell the stories of all the kids and young adults who are finding new ways to be successful in unconventional formats. We bring attention to all of the members of the counter-culture who are building their companies in ways that until recently did not exist.
A.R.T.S.Y sheds light on up and coming musicians, underground artists, and up and coming fashion designers. We give these people a stage to reach a wider audience, but we also provide our readers with knowledge that no one else is documenting yet. We are doing this by publishing in-depth articles on the brands and the companies that these young entrepreneurs are building, and examining new trends and phenomena in insightful and thought provoking ways.
We live in a time where people are becoming rich, famous, and more importantly; successful over night. They are achieving greatness without the assistance of record labels, art agents, or talent scouts. These young and ambitious artists, musicians, and designers are taking their talents straight to their audience through the internet, and we are here to tell their stories. It is a time unlike any other before. The old way of doing things is fading, and when future generations look back at how these young entrepreneurs built their success and laid the groundwork for their own entertainers and designers, they will look back at A.R.T.S.Y to gain an understanding of the history that today’s youth is making. These are the stories about the people who are breaking the rules and finding success.
That is our story too. We are a young publication, fighting fiercely for attention in a market that is saturated with non-sense. But in that is where our advantage lays, we will stand out by providing our readers with intellectual but rebellious stories. We are a legitimate source of information about the things you want to know about. Our responsibility is huge, and we will do our part to make sure we meet the challenge that we have been presented with. We are more than just a magazine after all, we are historians.
3D Digital Comics / Graphic Novels.
"Soul Processors" is the story of a Young Girl who feels powerless to save her injured Brother who sits in a Coma at a Hospital. She is given a mysterious necklace, which transports her to an unknown Planet. There she meets some strange Creatures and their Overseer. Why has she been brought to see them - and who are they?
"Finite" is the story of a Cyber Solider and his SP-22 companion that are investigating the appearance of a mysterious Fortress. On their journey to it, they encounter 3 powerful female Elementals - but are they really the "enemy"? It will be quite a battle - Technology vs Nature.