Animæ Magazine Issue #3: Transgender & Androgyny

Animæ magazine describes itself as “a platform that underlines the connection between contemporary sexuality and storytelling.”

Edited by Matt Ryalls and Lena Modigh, issue 3 of the magazine features a very timely collection of stories and images of transgender artists and creatives of all kinds, with powerful and stylish photographs by Steven Meisel, Mikolai Berg, Anthony Hill, Fumi Nagasaka, and more. The issue is a cool, lush, visually striking piece of art, with bold, graphic design by Matt Ryalls and brilliant, intimate photographs. See more inside pages and buy issue #3 of Animæ here.

(Cover image: Jason Duzansky)

Here’s a selection of some favorite pages and imagery from issue #3 of Animæ:

ANIMAE3_18-19_Maxime Angel_Mikolai BergANIMAE3_50-51_BriannaChris_Fumi NagasakaANIMAE3_56-57_Mysti Ripsy_Samuel HodgeANIMAE3_67_Elias_Mikolai BergANIMAE3_96-97_Minou_Anthony HillANIMAE3_3_Christine_MeiselTop to bottom:

1) Photograph by Mikolai Berg

2) Photographs by Fumi Nagasaka

3) Photograph by Samuel Hodge

4) Photograph by Mikolai Berg

5) Photograph by Anthony Hill

6) Photograph by Steven Meisel