Kodachrome features stories and conversations from around the globe

Kodak’s new magazine features articles from the worlds of art and film. The company opted for print rather than digital format, demonstrating its love for all things analog. Each issue of Kodachrome will bring readers stories and conversations from around the globe that showcase the brand’s fascination with creation, craft and inspiration.

The first issue was released in May in a limited-edition run, with 76 pages of features, photography and illustration on subjects including actress and filmmaker Chloë Sevigny, illustrator Tad Carpenter, film artist Isaac Julien, the team behind Kodak’s famous Coloramas and a look at why independent magazine culture is booming.

Kodachrome Magazine

Kodak’s new magazine features articles from the worlds of art and film. The company opted for print rather than digital format, demonstrating its love for all things analog. Each issue of Kodachrome will bring readers stories and conversations from around the globe that showcase the brand’s fascination with creation, craft and inspiration.

The first issue was released in May in a limited-edition run, with 76 pages of features, photography and illustration on subjects including actress and filmmaker Chloë Sevigny, illustrator Tad Carpenter, film artist Isaac Julien, the team behind Kodak’s famous Coloramas and a look at why independent magazine culture is booming.