Check out the new ION Magazine blog – featuring Daily(ish) Reviews, behind-the-scenes peeks at fashion and music shoots, and access to guest list and insider info on the by-now-legendary ION parties. They assure me that 08 is going to be next-level, and Static Photography and Kris Krug will be a part of it all! 🙂 Good work Fiona, Vanessa, and Michael.
PS. We’ve also recently created a ION Magazine Flickr group. Submit your photos there and have them included in the magazine and the blog. Here’s some more info…
Ion Magazine needs you!
We often find ourselves in the position of needing striking imagery to accompany a piece, when we don’t want to necessarily literally represent the content of the article.
Show us your favorites! Images you have no use for but would love to see published – each issue, we feature one or two random photographs in an editorial capacity, either running with our editor’s letter, or with our News from Nowhere column.
For a couple of years now, we’ve had the privilege of mining the fantastic collection of the talented Miss Toby-Marie Bannister and her obscure and dreamy images and would like to continue that successful partnership as well as to grow the concept to include submissions from other talented Canadians and photographers from around the world.
Photographers of course receive full credit in a national Canadian glossy magazine, with the whole magazine available online as well at www.ionmagazine.ca – new website launching early February 2008.
We want evocative! Moody! Exciting! Captured moments! Random association!
3 thoughts on “ION Magazine – New Vancouver Fashion, Music, Culture and Art Blog”
Thanks for the recommended links, I do really like this city`s culture especially its music scene and for everybody who love the bustling nightlife of Vancouver I would suggest to check out this website where you can find interesting events and a historical outline of its music life . I`ve never attended a fashion show here but I definitely will have to make up this leeway.
Coincidentally, ION just covered one of my curious side projects, DearRockers.org.
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