2020 was a year where most of us were locked inside without much to do besides think about the future and dream about the past. But, some folks decided to think and dream about how they could make the present more enjoyable.
Enter Post Life Magazine, a magazine inspired by the events of 2020.
The first issue, Living The Pandemic, is a creative exploration of the paradigm shifts that we've seen occur since the start of the pandemic. The best part of the magazine, in my opinion, is that it pushed beyond the obvious. We each had our own experiences throughout the lock-downs and meltdowns, but this magazine doesn't talk about these definitive categories that we all probably experienced; instead, it dives deeper and takes a more artistic and philosophical approach through design, photography, and typography.
Post Life is an online magazine inspired by the events of 2020. The first issue: Living The Pandemic, invites readers to explore Covid-fuelled paradigm shifts through utopian & dystopian perspectives. The magazine focuses on uncovering the potential of the future, lifting the lid on the countless ways we might live. It doesn’t aim to arrive at absolutes, nor does it deal in and around definitive categories, scenarios or propositions.
Contributors (so far):
Alex Yletyinen, Ali Tokleh, Henri Vogt, József G. Kiss, Katri Naukkarinen, Lili Köves, Lucrezio Ciotti,
Martin Martonen, Mickael Vis, Susanna Heljä Tikkanen, Teemu Iltola, Timo Bontenbal, Vesa Vuorio
WEB – postlifemag.com
INSTA – @postlifemag
Designer – József G Kiss
Designer – Lili Köves
Designer / Developer – Timo Bontenbal
Photographer – Henri Vogt