Māgoa presents a young, talented photographer Andraž Fijavž Bačovnik, based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He is one of the amazing talents featured in our second print issue Neo. We wanted you to get to know him a bit better, so today, we asked him three different questions about his photography and creative style. Let’s read it together down below!
This post was more than a year in the making, but we finally made it: NEO is here! We are proud to present our second print issue of Māgoa Magazine, titled NEO or NEW.
As something new is coming up very soon to Māgoa – you might guess what – we’re kicking things off with an interview we conducted with Rok Vrečer a year ago. He is a talented photographer and author of our first cover for the print issue (still available here). No need for further introduction: if you want to get to know him a bit better, then scroll down!
Māgoa presents Angels are Genderless, an exclusive editorial by Ieva Braziontye.
Zalagasper, our favorite musical duo, released a new song titled Origami, which may seem like a love song at first, but actually talks about searching for our own perfect place under the sun. »This emphasizes the true value of emotions, and that it’s the most painful, when we don’t feel anything at all. We are like blank pieces of paper, which fold into various different shapes.«
Māgoa presents Lost in the Field, an exclusive editorial submitted by photographer Kristijan Švab.
FRIDAY AFTER WORK BEFORE CRYING IN THE CLUB
Beauty editorial by Zala Hrastar x Sara Živič.
British director Lorna Tucker’s debut full-length film “Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist” is a fascinating, ‘all-access-granted’ documentary that presents the life and work of the renowned British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. It does so in a remarkably honest, uncritical, and inspiring way.