Love Issue a aparut greu deoarece lumea nu mai cumpara carti, reviste, refugiindu-se in spectacolul informational de pe net. Nestiind ce pierd. Nimic nu inlocuieste atingerea hartiei de calitate a unei reviste care trateaza subiectul artei dragostei… Mirosul, formatul, greutatea, tipul fontului si paginarea sunt alte motive de dragoste in privinta numarului 7, aparut in acest noiembrie, la 30 de Ron.
112 pagini scrise in limba engleza si fotografiate in cheia luminii adecvate subiectului se desfac color si alb-negru in fata privitorului, editorul Constantin Nimigean descriind in prefata: Love Issue started off independently, wanted to express emotion from the very beginning, generate states of mind, run the reader through the rollercoaster of photo projects, stories, and real people in the pages of magazine. From January 2011, from its first issue published online, it has managed to draw in new people, trust in the featured projects and new ideas for stories that need an audience. After six online issues, I made it my goal to take a step forward.
Art Director-ul Nimigean marturiseste: My future plan include finding people who are interested in photo projects, setting up a platform for Romanian photographers that do projects, introducing international photography galleries to unknown Romanian photographers, developing, editing and creating photography books, helping develop the field oh photo projects, which is something of a small niche, because I’m very passionate, because I know few people who do this sort of thing, and because I know a great many photographers who deserve being exposed to as many media as possible.
Printre cei publicati i-am remarcat pe: Erik Naumann, Claudiu Popescu, Tamara Robeer, Ioana Cirlig, Rankin, Yaakov Israel, Alexandra Dinca, Susan barnett, Vlad Basca, Daniel Djamo, Andreea Cioran, Olivier Valsecchi, Razvan Sadean, Felix R. Cid, Matt Eich, Freya Najade, Steven Beckly, Leon Foggitt.
The next love Issue will be ready next spring with the story of the man on the train.