Fukt is an annual contemporary design magazine of Norwegian origins. Created by Björn Hegardt and Ariane Spani, one of its peculiarities is that each issue is different not only in content, but also in terms of format and design. Conceived with a particular predisposition to accommodate all that is graphics and illustration, among the pages of this independent magazine you will also find interviews with artists and captivating essays.
Dimensions: 23 × 16.5 cm
Number of pages: 232
ISSUE 20 The Faces Issue
This issue of Fukt explores and celebrates the human face. With the drawings of 34 contemporary artists, we enter the world of portraiture and the face in contemporary art. Inside the magazine, you'll discover a range of perspectives and topics, from facial blindness to facial recognition - a selection of drawing and artists who have a unique view of the face.
Each copy of Fukt n.20 is accompanied by a sort of unique dust jacket, no two are alike.
Astrid Köppe, Balint Zsako, Bill Robles, Britta Lumer, Carlotta, Esther Maria Bjørneboe, Gabriella Boros, Ida Woldsund, Javier Lozano, Jiayue Li, Johan Kleinjan, Katinka Theis, Kenturah Davis, Louisa Engel, Marijn Akkermans, Mitija Akkermans. , Nidhal Chamekh, Ofobuike Okudoh, Phoebe Boswell, Reza Shafahi, Roberto Lugo, Rosa Everts, Russell Herron, Samehoshi, Sandro Kopp, Sanja Prautzsch, Shivangi Ladha, Skye Volmar, Tawan Wattuya, The Dazzle Club, Wanda Koop Huan
Editor: Björn Hegardt
Junior editors: Erika Clugston & Sarah Gretsch
Design: Ariane Spanier