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Yellowzine is a print publication that
curates and celebrates visual artwork by African, Caribbean and Asian Diaspora creatives based in the UK.

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Punk is Not Dead

 Yellowzine is a book of journeys, a collection in which artists of the diaspora have the liberty to recount and reflect on their practice and processes. We create our own space. A space where our work is centralized and is allowed to stand as tall and as bold as we want it to.

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ISSUE  04   |  Multi-discliplined

The New Traditions Issue


The 21st century has presented an art renaissance. The New Traditions issue is a call to the pioneers of our time. Those diverging away from the traditions before them and building their own. From collage artists, to illustrators, audio-visual artists and photographers - we are celebrating artists across many mediums, who are starting a new era.


Featuring artists such as Alexander Ikhide, Esai Esiaw, Favour Jonathan, Karis Beaumont, Ken Nwadiogbu and many more..





ISSUE  03   |  Styling

The Conscious Issue


Our third issue explores consciousness through the art of styling. In this edition we speak to 15 stylists on how they navigate consciousness through their art work and what it means to be sensitive to and aware of the contexts in which you create.


Featuring artists such as The Masons, Femi Ayo, Charlene Coulibaly, Zeinab Batchelor and many more..




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The Space Issue


128 pages of pure talent by BME artists from around the UK. Our second issue explores the theme of space as the artists discuss with us their interpretations of the concept and the impacts it has upon their art.


Featuring artists such as Chiamaka Ojechi, Abdou Cisse, Adama Jolloh and many more..





The Identity Issue


120 pages of pure talent by BME artists from around the UK. This first issue explores the journey from realisation to creation as the artists discuss with us when and why they began to define themselves as such.


Featuring artists such as Joy Miessi, Kingsley Nebechi, Charlotte Edey and many more..





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