A powerful story is told in every article in CHIME Zine’s second issue.
Edited by Adam Eli and art directed by Italian visual artist MP5, the Zine features contributions from activists, artists and writers around the world.
‘Just Be’ by author Jamie Windust talks about the future of gender equality where empathy reigns supreme.
Sage Dolan Sandrino, a Gen Z activist who is also one of the voices of the second Gucci CHIME podcast episode, writes about starting her own Zine to express the topics important to her generation. There is a report about child marriage, and a piece on femicide in Mexico.
A special section of the CHIME Zine is a spotlight on Brazil, in which writers, activists and artists focus on misogyny, femininity, and the escalation of violence in the country against women, and queer, transgender, black and indigenous people—including artist Gabe Passareli’s poignant account of the aftermath of the murder of her sister, shining a light on the increased dangers faced by certain minorities in Brazil.
The CHIME Zine will be distributed at the Gucci Garden in Florence, the Gucci Wooster Bookstore in New York and select bookstores worldwide, and available in Italian, English, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Spanish where applicable. Explore
the digital version.