About Nephilim Magazine
Nephilim Magazine is an open-genre publication, promoting the absolute best in beauty, fashion, art, and creative culture by talent from all over the world. Open-genre means that any theme or style goes as long as it falls within realms of good taste. Some examples of beauty and fashion include high-end brands, couture, alternative fashion, lingerie, muscle and fitness, semi and artistic nude, conceptual, surreal, and even mixed-genres such as avant-grunge and Parisian goth. As for art, we feature both traditional as well as digital; crisp scans and photos of canvas paintings and sculptures, photo manipulation, character concept art, and more. Nephilim was founded in late November 2017 by creative director and brand developer, Amelia D. Wysocki, and is based out of East Lancaster, NY, a village approximately 20 minutes from the city of Buffalo. It launched as a promotional Facebook page, announcing the upcoming publication of our first issue. This page remains active as the primary face of Nephilim's social media presence, which extends to Instagram, Twitter, VK, Influence.co, and beyond. We currently have an international following of over 43k people. Since our first issue was published on January 1st of 2018, Nephilim Magazine has featured amazing talent such as Dennis Osterman, Rocky Gathercole, Andy Park, Kseniya Arhangelova, Erich Caparas, Peter Shinkoda, Juno Reactor, Bella Kotak, and many others, some of whom decided to join our team of regular contributors. Submission for publication is done via e-mail. You can attach files or include a link to where your content is hosted; DropBox, WeTransfer, etc. With rare exception, we do not accept anything that has either been published in another magazine or posted publicly anywhere online. This includes but is not limited to social media and your own website. Every submission must include the names of your entire team (model, hair, makeup...) and the role they played. We also require that you include our release form. This makes it legal for us to publish your work. Remember that only the creator can submit their content for publication. Photographers (photos) and artists (art). Models do not own the content, even if they paid for the photos. Refer to the Copyright Act of 1976 for more information. Before submitting anything, read our submission rules at www.nephilimmag.com/sub. Nephilim Magazine is a (for the most part) a non-profit creative community brand, only charging the production and shipping cost for printed issues. While we do sell advertising for print and the web, half covers overhead costs and the other half is paid to each seller as a commission for being valuable members of the team.