Pan and the Dream is an artist's magazine that is produced in 1000 individually numbered pieces.
It is the magazine of Paul Belford Ltd, an English creative agency with a long series of successes in the world of design and graphics that has decided to work on this publishing project.
For each issue a theme is chosen on which selected artists, writers and photographers produce dedicated works. What comes out is a masterpiece of object that comes to be leafed through with unusual delicacy due to the profound sense of beauty of each page. The amazement is given by the large format, by the white color that accompanies with purity photographic projects and author's texts that contain in this editorial work a great artistic and cultural value.
Dimensions Issue # 2: 26x37 cm - Pages: 190 - Language: English
ISSUE # 4
GHOSTS ARE A METAPHOR FOR THE PAST
Real or fictional, the result of superstition or folklore, friends or enemies? Whatever they are, ghosts are a recurring topic in literature, cinema and art: the unknown and inexplicable stimulates our imagination and creativity. We fantasize about the afterlife, we find beauty in the ethereal, we imagine a life after life and perhaps this is a comforting thought while we are experiencing a pandemic.
Cover image by Marcus Schaefer