Film – Hannah Shakespeare

By Jungle magazine | December 2, 2016
Edition 02 Journal

Video for our cover shoot with Hannah Shakespeare is here. You can see our full 12 page editorial ‘Clean’ shot by Damien Fry in Edition 02. Video: Savage Reel Music: ‘Lemon’ – BLKKATHY Follow Jungle on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram

Editor’s Letter – Edition 02

By Jungle magazine | November 28, 2016
Edition 02 Journal

I read somewhere that “art never comes from happiness”. I’m not sure if I entirely agree, but I do believe that great art comes from a place of vulnerability. Jungle is my place of vulnerability; it has taken me millions of miles out of my comfort zone and has pushed me to grow, learn and…

Inner Textures by Camilla Glorioso

By Jungle magazine | November 23, 2016
Editorial Journal

  Photographer: Camilla Glorioso Stylist: Chiara Pugliese Stylist assistant: Victoria Oweyo Makeup: Jinny Kim Hairstylist: Amidat Giwa Model: Leah @ Milk Camilla Glorioso’s ‘Inner Textures’ is part of the Raw to the Surface Project that will be presented the 71a Gallery from the 1st-3rd December 2016.

In conversation with SG Lewis

By Jungle magazine | November 18, 2016
Journal Music

Making it in the music industry doesn’t come easy. What it means to ‘make it’ varies from one artist to another, but one trait successful musicians do share is a strong work ethic – a willpower great enough to resist distractions and do whatever needs to be done to hone their craft. Such dedication can…

Feminist Avant-Garde Of The 1970’s Exhibition

By Jungle magazine | November 17, 2016
Art Journal

  200 works by 48 female artists are currently being displayed at the Photographers’ Gallery, London. As the title suggests, the commonality between these works is feminism. Beginning in the United States in the 1960s, second wave feminism spread rapidly across the Western world and sought to address widespread issues of inequality toward women. The…

Charlotte Simone – Edition 02

By Jungle magazine | November 12, 2016
Edition 02 Journal

  Charlotte Beecham is the young entrepreneur behind the growing accessories brand ‘Charlotte Simone’. Bright, bold and beautiful. She is instinctively entrepreneurial, acting upon impulse and harnessing her confidence in herself has lead Charlotte to collaborate with some of the world’s largest brands and has created an influential celebrity following. A very visual person, Charlotte…

The 60th BFI London Film Festival: Review

By Jungle magazine | October 18, 2016
Culture Journal

This weekend saw the 60th BFI London Film Festival draw to a close with the announcement of this year’s winners in the various competition categories. The festival’s Best Film Award went to Certain Women, which tells the stories of three very different women in Montana and stars Laura Dern, Michelle Williams and Kristen Stewart, whilst…

Steven Read Polaroids

By Jungle magazine | October 10, 2016
Editorial Journal

    Polaroids or instant film is part of the DNA of fashion photography. They have represented a type of authenticity in an industry that subsists on fantasy. Their purpose is to show things exactly as they are. Originally instant film was used to test lighting set ups before shooting on traditional film but was…

The 60th BFI London Film Festival

By Jungle magazine | October 3, 2016
Culture Journal

Amy Adams (right) as Louise Banks in ARRIVAL by Paramount Pictures This week sees the return to the capital of the BFI London Film Festival, an annual celebration of the very latest filmmaking from all over the globe. This year’s programme is divided into eleven distinctive categories – Love, Debate, Laugh, Dare, Thrill, Cult, Journey,…

In conversation with Eden Hagos

By Jungle magazine | September 25, 2016
Journal Music

The Conservatory for Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa, sits beside St. Augustine Church and across the street from Sony Pictures Studios, a building that looms over this West Los Angeles neighborhood in a manner only comparable to Willy Wonka’s Factory. Outside the cafe, I listen as a film exec cackles loudly over FaceTime, oblivious to the…

Jocelyn Allen

By Jungle magazine | September 15, 2016
Edition 01 Journal

  Taking photographs of herself became a tool of self-expression: a way of creatively taking the negative and overwhelming feelings of anxiety and discomfort and transforming them through the act of addressing the camera. In her own words: “I sat down in front of the camera when I felt like I had something to vent…

Lee Price – Toward Healing and Acceptance

By Jungle magazine | September 12, 2016
Edition 01 Journal

Lee Price discloses an important moment revealing the compulsive subject’s experience: “the intention is that when you are in a compulsive activity there is a sense of being outside of your body, you are watching yourself engaged in this activity and you are unable to stop, despite the fact you see yourself very clearly doing…

Shadow play

By Jungle magazine | September 11, 2016
Edition 01 Journal

“Looking at the shadows she created, she knew that she existed and for the first time she realised that she could create anything”   Photographer: Adam Marc Williams Stylist: Ria Laskaris Model: Rochana @ Premier Model Management Make up: Marlene Anderson Hair: Ross Cosgrove   Buy Edition 01 here: Store  


By Jungle magazine | September 6, 2016
Editorial Journal

      Photography: Domante Kaminskaite Model: Harmony @ Established Models Hair & Make-Up: Monica Rossi Stylist: Simona Cepeliauskaite

Laurence Philomène

By Jungle magazine | August 23, 2016
Editorial Journal

Laurence Philomène is a young photographer based in Montreal. I am in conversation with her to explore more about her and her work, she appears with bright orange hair, blue framed glasses and sat in a magenta pink room, she is indeed alive with colour. Colour not only surrounds her but her work also, with…

Mona Hatoum: Poetic and Political

By Jungle magazine | August 15, 2016
Art Journal

Mona Hatoum: Poetic and Political Mona Hatoum’s (b. 1952) current exhibition at the Tate Modern is the largest survey of her works to enter the UK. The exhibition covers 35 years of Hatoum’s practice: from stills and videos of her early performance works of the 1980s through to her uncanny sculptures and installations that juxtapose…

Samm Henshaw releases ‘The Sound Experiment II’

By Jungle magazine | August 5, 2016
Journal Music

‘The Sound Experiment II’ is exactly that, a harmonically beautiful masterpiece that perfectly showcases the natural soul voice of Mr. Samm Henshaw. First up on this five-track, 20 minute whirlwind experience is ‘Our Love’, the one you just know will be in the charts not too long from now. With its upbeat, inspirational lyrics (like…

Tom Misch releases Reverie EP

By Jungle magazine | July 27, 2016
Journal Music

Already high on many an artist’s list of go-to producers, 21-year-old Tom Misch has also been busy establishing himself as an accomplished musician in his own right. The latest step in that mission is ‘Reverie’, an EP of four tracks which more than suitably showcase Misch’s musical chops. Amongst the four tracks are two collaborations,…

Georgia O’Keeffe: A once in a generation opportunity at the Tate Modern

By Jungle magazine | July 22, 2016
Art Journal

Georgia O’Keeffe: A once in a generation opportunity at the Tate Modern   Emma Bourne in conversation with Hannah Johnston, Assistant Curator of the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition at the Tate Modern (6th July- 30th October 2016)   What do you hope the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition will offer its viewers? The last O’Keeffe exhibition in the…

Jenny Saville: Erota at Gagosian Gallery

By Jungle magazine | June 28, 2016
Art Journal

I reached my destination. I paused and stood outside looking through the large glass front that exposed the small and immaculate space. There in front of me was the work of Jenny Saville’s latest exhibition: Erota. Having been an admirer of Saville’s work for several years I always look for opportunities to see it in…

Amalia Ulman

Amalia Ulman: Excellences and Perfections

By Jungle magazine | June 6, 2016
Art Journal

Amalia Ulman grabbed public and critical attention in 2014 with her Instagram art series ‘Excellences and Perfections’, a funny and perceptive take on the nature of womanhood in the 21st Century. Ulman’s work goes beyond satire and raises questions about how the modern world has impacted art theory, and vice versa. In ‘Excellences and Perfections’…

Collecting Europe Festival

By Jungle magazine | February 3, 2016
Art Journal

The past year has brought about many political changes and as a result we find can ourselves getting more and more drawn into debates regarding the future of Europe. Recently, the Goethe-Institut collaborated with the V&A and asked 12 artists and designers to produce a piece of work in response to the question: ‘What will…

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