Kodak has developed a new journal for art, film, and analog culture enthusiasts. The print publication, titled Kodachrome, will cover a variety of topics including sculpture, music, graphics, and an array of other interesting subjects. It’s the company’s first foray into the magazine industry, after spending over a century in the photography space. The inaugural issue features interviews with actress/director Chloë Sevigny and filmmaker Isaac Julien. There are also articles on why independent magazine culture is booming, the power of the pencil, and gig posters.
The first issue of Kodachrome is available via Kodak’s online store for $20 USD.