Depicted is a portrait photography magazine featuring photo series and interviews of musicians and other performing artists.
Content of Issue 1: César Ome Ehekatl (Indian Nightmare) Sara (Messa) Toni (Dolch) Justin Sullivan (New Model Army) Alex Ithymia (Sunshine & Lollipops, Bleeding Heart Nihilist Productions) Shazzula (Wolvennest) Marcelo Aguirre (Evil Spirit) Lauren Ruth Ward Malte (Necros Christos, Sijjin) Evilyn Frantic (sideshow and burlesque performer)
The magazine is printed in A4 format with softcover and contains 122 pages with 87 photos in full format (monochrome and colour), and interviews on 31 pages. Printed on 135 g/m matte photo paper. Limited edition: 100 copies.
Depicted No. 1
People visited: Martin Coburger (Boxhamsters), Pascow, Stefano Stiletti (Pankerknacker), Carsten Friedrichs (Superpunk), Marcus Wiebusch (Kettcar), Jens Rachut (Oma Hans), Nagel (Muff Potter), Bert & Frank (Supernichts), Impact Records, Turbostaat, Claus Lüer (Chefdenker), Junge & Nico (EA 80), Dirk Jora (Slime), Nebula Fünf Enterprises Int., Bela B., Angry Stef (Club Déjà-vu), Subwix, Glufke (Zwei Tage: Ohne Schnupftabak), Tobias Scheiße (Hammerhead), Dirk von Lowtzow (Tocotronic)
Homestory magazine is more than just another fanzine. The interviews are more than just interviews, genuinely conducted with genuine people. Homestory magazine is completely made up. Homestory magazine is absolutey authentic for that very reason. Homestory magazine is hilarious. Homestory magazine is great literature.
50 pages, full color, DIN A4
Das Homestory Magazin
The last and still current issue of this unique fanzine. Entertaining and personal interviews and reviews covering punk, rock'n'roll and metal, as well as various other stories of tremendous literary value, inspired by the respective lifestyle. One of the very few existing publications that still give some meaning to the worn-out term "music journalism" among all the faceless hacks.
~ 80 full-color glossy pages, professionat layout.
Panik Magazin #28