Hometown #2

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This magazine tells a journey showing the art of different human beings. It displays our process, our learning while exposing the different aspects of our identity.

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Limited Edition of 800 numbered copies

Hometown has always been about places, memories, and stories, but recently those were missing something very essential. Since most of us are still locked down worldwide, we were confronted with a desire to reach out to other human beings again. To find out about our identity and what it means to be alive. That’s what episode 2 is about. An interview with New York City-based filmmaker Lance Edmands explores the life of an Amish atheist. Alec Soth‘s new book delves into depression and how creativity can emerge from that darkness and give hope. Photographer Cole Barash asks “what is the symmetry between objects from different environments yet living in the same climate”? We talked to the directors Miles Jay, Stefanie Soho, and Asan Aslam about how self doubt affects creativity. The Paris-based illustrator designed the centerfold of this issue. It shows the vibrant and insightful voyage of her creative process. Through his series „Passengers“, Cesar Dezfuli gives migrants an identity. And much more.

What makes us human? What makes us creatives? And at what cost? This issue of Hometown Journal attempts to lift the veil a bit further. To look inside. To learn more about what makes us who we are. It dives into creative processes and what it means to get stuck. It takes notice of our sexuality, our emotions, and our inner cage while questioning our beliefs and ultimately ourselves. We are a team with a vision. Hometown Journal shouldn’t be just another magazine in the cycle, we want to create a community around it. To bring creatives together, who share the passion and inspire each other. To create such a community people need to know that we exist. We hope to find in you a new home for our hometown and for that spread the seed to let our community grow.

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