Delicate Rébellion – Issue 1 - Print Matters!

Delicate Rébellion – Issue 1

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Delicate Rébellion issue No1

A thoughtful publication with collaboration at the forefront of all they do. The Delicate Rébellion is a warm, insightful and playful look into creativity. Featuring interviews with both well-established and fresh faced grads in the art world. By opening conversations and welcoming their readers into the fold of both their beautiful online and offline events, they are taking the reader/magazine relationship to new levels.

In this issue:

The Powerful Little Storm issue features some of the best artists, writers and creators. Offering enough of the lovely stuff to burst your heart open [not literally ~ maybe literally, take care].

A beautiful insight into the life and mind of my absolute hero, Unskilled Worker including 5 carefully selected dream pieces to cut out and frame.

You’ll also find features with Fidjit, the gentle souled tattoo artist and founder of the Drowning Girls’ Club, interviews with denim high-priestess, Siobhan McKenna, a daydream in memories with photographer Kirsty McLachlan and a confessional with a life model as a side to much more magic.

Our print runs are funded solely by pre-orders - they always have been and always will be. Our pages are yours, and with every issue, you are invited to pull up a pew on our pages. Make sure you’re signed up to the contributors list to find out when submissions are open for our issues.

The Delicate Rébellion is a fiercely independent magazine with a unique creative community at its heart. Our vision is to help create a shift in the cultural landscape and challenge the perception of women in mainstream media with our printed page.

Since our launch in 2017, we’ve cultivated a thriving community of artists, designers and makers, providing an inclusive platform to support them in turning their passions into careers. Join us on our journey to raise a glass to the quiet revolutionaries, the curious creatives, the delicate rebels.

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