JANE is a biannual fashion and fine art publication shot entirely on film and printed on paper. Founded by Annika Hein and Odin Wilde, the magazine explores the disciplines of art, photography, fashion, and poetry. Changing the perception that print is disposable, JANE is a slow art movement that has been created with consideration and creative freedom to provide an authentic, progressive, and timeless vision and voice. Slowing down the creation and consumption of art, JANE is devoted to the art of storytelling, offering real and authentic ideas that are guided only by creativity. A key motive behind starting JANE was to create a movement that was in some way responsible for slowing things down, a movement that would allow people to once again consume art indulgently, and more importantly allow those creating the art to do so authentically, with artistic merit and integrity. No matter how digital we become, there’s something very different about print. It’s a sensory experience, and now more than ever there is a monumental need for print publishing and slower processes.
And so, in an effort to hear and honour our true and proper intentions and to buy back the things that aren’t supposed to own us, we dedicate this issue to the soul. To transcending through silence into the constructs of our creative purpose. To the pathways that guide us back to what’s inside. To the exploration of our soul language and to considering the state of being that arises from submerging ourselves into the deep end of creative freefall. To the beauty and the art that can be born from the soul’s labours and to the ways in which we communicate this expression.
To the awareness required to listen and come back, to showing up for your life. To the things that set your soul on fire, to the ways we hear them, and the ways we honour them. To the soul kitchen and the vehicles that take us there. To the sounds and messages of our most sincere self.
To true feeling and true spirit. To coming home to ourselves.
To the vehicles of the soul.
ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΔΑΙΜΟΝΑ ΕΑΥΤΟΥ / according to his own daemon / true to his own spirit.