Not For Print, Issue 01 – Censorship
Ello uncensored - a visual love letter to freedom of expression. This is our celebration and declaration of freedom from restriction, from the suppression of the images and ideas that are considered objectionable or inconvenient. From the talented photographers, artists, designers, models and stylists that conspire to make this issue to all the free-thinkers who celebrate with us, we love you for getting mixed up in what we’re doing.
@noises & @tsaccenti
<a href="/merewill" class="user-mention">@merewill
<a href="/adamsinda" class="user-mention">@adam_sinda
Curating our first issue of Not For Print was incredibly difficult. We can’t begin to tell you how humbled we were by the submissions. Not long ago, Ello didn’t exist. 30 days ago Not For Print didn’t exist. The fact that you A) heard about and joined Ello, B) heard about Not For Print, and C) took the time to collect/make and submit your work is frankly mind-blowing.
Thank you to everyone who submitted work. If your work wasn’t selected for this issue, please do not be discouraged. Know that we ran out of printing space before we ran out of killer submissions. More issues and more opportunities are on their way. Our goal is to create a solid series of exceptional content with future issues, forming a visual encyclopedia of the Ello creators.
If you’re like us and can’t fucking wait to get your hands on a copy (there will be a limited number of magazines available), pre-order now at www.notforprint.co for 20% off.
For those of you who like to live dangerously, sit tight for the release of our official store.
@todd, @lucian, @amber