The fourth issue of Tunica Magazine takes you on a visual journey through features covering illustration, photography, articles, fictions, interviews and beyond. For each issue, Tunica Magazine invites a rotating cast of independent writers and creatives to participate, making it a great platform for talents who work across a variety of cutting-edge artistic disciplines across the globe to showcase their work.
For this latest issue, the magazine was art directed and designed by London-based Design Practice Julia. They did a good job living up to Tunica’s motto which is to take “unexpected approaches to realising continually new ideas and creative endeavours.” Tunica Magazine is truly an ongoing quest for a fresh alternative within the publishing market. It helps define the contemporary indie magazine and is indeed dedicated to all things enthusiastic and fun.