Flaneur #1: Kantstrasse, Berlin
Flaneur Magazine presents one street per issue. The magazine presents its complexity, dynamic and fragmented nature and layers with a literary approach. It creates a meaningful correlation between places, stories, people and objects that aren’t necessarily related. The magazine is aware of its subjectivity. It wants to say »This could be Kantstraße«.
Aesthetically and stylistically Flaneur Magazine relies on inter/multi-disciplinarity. The exchange and collaboration between writers, photographers, illustrators, musicians, designers and architects is a vital conceptual aspect to push the boundaries of what a print magazine is thought to be. A clear framework acts as a pillar to help suspend the various elements of the magazine and to continuously bring the reader back to a fixed point. The reader can participate and immerse himself in the stories told though the magazine does not want to be transparent and predictable. It does not, like a travel guide, dictate its reader rather it wants to enchain its reader the same way a good book does.
Grashina Gabelmann & Fabian Saul
Michelle Phillips & Johannes Conrad
FOUNDER / PUBLISHER
Language : English
Pages : 120
Size: 23.8 x 31 cm