How exactly did Aedan O’Donnell end up in Tasmania on the tour bus with Lime Cordiale? Luckily, we have all the answers (and a few damn good shots).
Three months, five cities, many strangers, many friends, and me.
I spent the spring isolating myself, but joy came in quick bursts of friendship and art came out of quick bursts of agony. Summer arrived, and in the long days, I can process it all a little better now.
We emailed them a print-out PDF and had them split up to sketch out answers to a stack of weird questions.
I got lost in how she talked about the late nights and fucked up sleep schedule and blood-stained motels and friendships like family made overnight.
More than anything, what I’m most grateful for is the messages that came after. The 2am snapchats from friends reading the mags, the pictures and art uploaded to instagram, the long captions filled with expressions and declarations of freedom.
By the end of it, the band’s on the floor, the tambourine’s broken, and everyone’s pretty fucking confused.
As eloquent in the written language as she is in the visual, Aubrey shares how 35mm captured her heart.
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assorted interviews photos diaries submissions music / etc
who are we?
pure nowhere is….
a diary – a mosh pit – a home – an empty film camera – a photo-plastered bedroom – a water-stained book – an all-nighter – a cracked skateboard.
born out of an obsession with youth, run by two teen girls usually on opposite sides of the world (melbourne, LA, and sometimes San Diego), and lots of crazy beautiful & talented friends.
we make this site, publish magazines, and throw in-person events.
and it’s all made with love, for you.
ISSUE 1 LAUNCH PARTY
video & disposable film
“It’s been a few weeks. I’m still processing. More than anything, what I’m most grateful for is the messages that came after. The 2am snapchats from friends reading the mags, the pictures and art uploaded to instagram, the long captions filled with expressions and declarations of freedom. One girl cut off all her hair in the bathroom with the magazine next to her. Things like that. It’s fucking insane.”
Issue 1: What Freedom
An A4, 100 page print magazine, made w/ no ads and recycled paper and inks. A labour of art and love, featuring our favourite photographers and artists, all musing on the ideas of freedom, youth and suburbia.
Come get your heart both broken and healed at the same time.