Published by Cero Collective, Cero Magazine is a nonprofit art and culture quarterly that highlights and supports emerging talent across a wide range of disciplines, with a dedication to the values of creativity, inclusiveness, sustainability and responsibility.
The inaugural issue of cero magazine spans all six inhabited continents to highlight over twenty young activists working to bring about change on a range of issues, including Hong Kong's currently exiled Democratic leader Nathan Law, who is was photographed anonymously for the cover.
The profiles of Thuso Mbedu, the star of Barry Jenkins' The Underground Railroad, and soul musician Cautious Clay appear alongside photographic projects by Anthony Cotsifas and Nana Yaw Oduro and a fashion editorial by Hanna Tveite and Melissa Levy with Guinevere van Seenus.
Food editor Flynn McGarry shares his tantalizing arrangements that combine food and flowers, while poetry editor Ocean Vuong kicks off the original prose series with a new work that celebrates creativity and passion in all their forms and expressions.
Number of pages: 160