Soft Punk is a quarterly of art and literary culture, based in London and New York.
Born from the desire to support emerging writers and artists in making sense of our contemporary, the magazine was founded in 2019 by Jacob Barnes and Charlie Lee who were joined by graphic designer Sofie Præstgaard and editor Søren Jakobsen.
Emotional, insightful and occasionally brash visual elements alternate between its pages, with a generous space reserved for poetry and art.
Although the editorial guidelines are intentionally free, Soft Punk remains faithful to its mission: "In the void left by an increasingly narrow landscape of culturally curious outlets, we felt the need to move".
Number of pages: 160
ISSUE 4 - THE BLACK (AND WHITE) ALBUM
Featuring the work of Apoorva Tadepalli, K-Ming Chang, Frances Waite, Lisette Poole and others, this issue examines relationships, both with the self and with the other, whether they are familiar, platonic or romantic.
Covers by Corbin Shaw, photos by Ollo Weguelin