Instagram is a space that hosts it all. From Gen-Z influencers to mommy bloggers to sports to design, it’s all there. Inonica is a virtual gallery found on, you guessed it, Instagram, curated by Carolina Fanchin and Nick Öhlo.
Recently, the independent magazine released its second issue featuring 13 artists and 13 musicians. Each artist shared their art, songs, stories, and experiences to create an issue filled with creative insights and endless inspiration.
The magazine’s goal is to support these creative artists and give them a space to share their work. And, fascinatingly, each of the artists and musicians was blindly paired together to interpret the musician’s music visually. The result is a publication that’s inspiring, no matter your creative medium.
Inonica is a virtual gallery on Instagram and an independent magazine with the aim of supporting creatives all around the world. This new issue was made in a moment of endless lockdowns, loneliness and emotional stress, but with a strong will to stand together and bring people together.
Through a free open call, 26 creatives (13 artists and 13 musicians) were selected and asked to share their artworks, songs, stories and experiences to create original collaborations and interesting interviews. In the mag there are also some curious insights that explore the relationship between art and music on several levels, from the oldest song in the world found until today to the man who invented the illustrated covers of vynils albums.