Where do we go from here? Is Never Mind’s third print issue released summer of 2022 the 72 page issue features interviews with young author and activist Micah Dawanyi, singer-songwriter Allison Ponthier and Unicef ambassador and actor Sofia Carson. Along with art from young creatives exploring the theme in works of photography, collages, drawings, and poetry. In addition to Never Mind’s exclusive articles, editorial work, a rip out double sided poster and more! All profit will be donated directly to Unicef which is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide!
Never Mind Magazine's fourth print issue released in the summer of 2023 follows the theme "Achromatic". Featuring art from over thirty artists from all over the world interpreting the theme through poetry, film and digital photography, short stories, drawings and more. In addition to exclusive interviews with film photographer Taylor Pendleton, and Grammy award winning Mýa. This 72 page issue also includes the signature Never Mind exclusives exploring the theme in articles, editorial photography and unique graphic design. All profits from this issue are donated to the EveryTown organization the leading charity fighting against gun violence in America
Never Mind's second print issue released in summer of 2021 following the theme of "cinematics" highlighting young filmmakers and 39 artists contributions of their interpretation of the theme consisting of poetry, photography, personal essays and more. Cinematics is 72 pages featuring interviews with young filmmakers Ella Fields, Adelaide Wilson and Ella Greenwood. And exclusive Never Mind content with editorials touching on resurgence in y2k fashion, playlists, representation in film and more!
All profits from 02 was & are donated directly to the Trevor Project, the leading suicide hotline for LGBTQ+ youth.
Never Mind's first print issue released in winter of 2020 was 40+ pages of young artists work including paintings, poems, photoshoots, playlists and more. Featured interviews with: Musician, Joyce @flowerovlove, Photographer Evie Grimmit, and young activist Hannah Busby with an artist spotlight on Emma Worthen @emwsart. Issue one included 3 editorial articles on activism, fashion and the history of Black filmmaking.
All profits from 01 was & are donated directly to the Black Lives Matter foundation.