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Throughout the history of art, the male nude has always been an object of expression, from the symbolic to the most purely erotic. At present, the artists working with the male figure and homo-eroticism, suffer from the lack of an exclusive space dedicated to this sector of art, despite the wide range of possibilities that exist today to spread news and information. Situation that the editor of this publication has suffered firsthand, this is why Noisy Rain Magazine opens its doors in 2011, in better words, its pages, to give this sector an exposure possibility that allows artists' original works to be seen by art lovers and artists around the world.
Noisy Rain magazine is a free electronic publication which publishes six issues per year. Edited and laid out by visual artist E. Hirano with the help of volunteers and contributors who make this publication possible. Noisy Rain gay art project meets a unique need in current art's publications, with a frank, honest and beautifully designed product that inspires the artist and makes the reader to enjoy every page.
If you want to show your artwork in the Noisy Rain Magazine, please visit the art submission section.
E. Hirano created the Noisy Rain magazine in 2011 and since then he is the editor and designer behing every issue. He has managed to put together with this project the talent of artists from around the globe, creating a meeting point for artists both renowned and emerging. He devotes his time and work to keep this showcase open for every artist who is interested in highlighting the male figure in art, as well as artists who approach the subject of interpersonal relationships between men, both as an object of study and analysis through art or as symbol of beauty, power and admiration.
Within the editorial line he has worked as an editor, consultant and designer of art publications as well as other publications of interest to the gay community in Mexico.
He has also worked as a professor in the fields of film, history and appreciation and study of art.
Noisy Rain is a non-profit publication that supports artists that work with the male figure as principal subject in their art. If you want to support our work in return, please visit our SHOP so we can continue with our gay art project.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Noisy Rain Magazine is open to contributors from every corner of the world. We love looking and discovering new art and new talents.
You can submit from paintings, photographs, illustrations to any form of design, as well as poetry, short fiction and other forms of creative writing and creative art.
If you are interested in showing your artwork in Noisy Rain Magazine, here is what you need to do.
For visual artists. Painters, photographers, illustrators and designers. Please send samples of your work (up to four samples) in JPG, JPEG, PNG or PDF format or send links of online galleries showing your talents.
For writers. Please send a sample of your writing work, in WORD or PDF format, a text maximum of one page (US Letter, font size 12 points and 1.5 of space between lines) or send links of web sites where we can read your work.
For artists working in any other medium. Sculpture, film, dance or theater, please send stills or photographs (up to four samples) of your work in JPG, PNG or PDF format or send links of online galleries showing your work. In case of film, dance or theater or any other performing arts, you may also want to include a brief synopsis of your work.
We ask for a maximum of four images to keep first contact fast and secure, but if you need to send more than four samples, like a series, please feel free to do so, you just need to include in your e-mail a brief explanation about why you are sending more images.
All material we received, if selected, will be feature in our magazine. We will notify you when we receive your art samples, and whether accepted or not you will also receive a notification via e-mail.
Be sure that all images you send are in low resolution for protection of your work and easy downloading, no bigger than 650 x 650 pixels in 72 dpi. Appropriate for web and devices viewing. If selected, we will ask you for high resolution files. If you are sending good quality samples please make sure your images are water-marked for your art's protection.
Remember this is a gay male art magazine and your work has to be related to the male figure, or tell about male/male relationships.
Now it is time for you to share your art with the world!