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PUSH Start-up Center presents
'Founder of the Month'

2021-02-11

Founder of the Month: Stuck Magazine

The PUSH Start-up Center has launched a new section - Founder of the Month. Every month, the bbw Start-up Center would like to present a new startup idea and the people who brought it to life.

As the first Founder of the Month, PUSH presents a very interesting project by two men who didn't let the difficult and nerve-wracking time that Corona catapulted us into stop them. Just three months ago, Marius Thielmann and Jacopo Borrini founded Stuck Magazine. It is a print publication that aims to inspire readers to explore subcultures. Thus, intimate insights about various artists and their work can be found in the magazine as well as authentic stories and messages. Whether dancers, tattoo artists, musicians or painters - they all find a place in Stuck Magazine.

The two founders are 29 years old and originally met in Berlin. Marius Thielmann is currently studying the Master's degree in Management of Creative Industries at bbw Hochschule - University of Applied Sciences and takes care of the editorial part of the magazine. Jacopo Borrini has a degree in graphic design and is therefore responsible for the layout. They are also affected by the pandemic and currently coordinate mainly via phone calls, Zoom meetings and WhatsApp messages. While Jacopo has moved to his native Italy for the time being, Marius is still in Germany.

The first issue is to be published as early as this spring and promises to 'uncover new methods of survival and success' based on the values of community and artistic expression. The print magazine is published in English to reach as many people as possible. The brand new magazine also addresses the doubts, fears and systemic issues of a new generation of artists. "In the media, social grievances are hardly communicated by artists," says editor Marius Thielmann. "Yet art offers an ideal, alternative way to discuss such issues. We also deal with the pandemic and the question of how creatives deal with it."

Until the first issue comes out, Marius and Jacopo are producing content on their website and social media. Some small artist profiles, articles and interviews can already be found there so that those interested can already find out about some of the stories. In addition, Stuck Magazine also integrates augmented reality and QR codes to create an interface between the digital materials and the print magazine. Once photographed, the codes open up additional online material to readers.

To remain independent, Stuck Magazine is completely self-financing. The founders raised the costs for the first issue through their fundraising campaign on startnext.com . The Lithuanian printer KOPA is currently putting the finishing touches on the magazine. From there, it will be sent all over Europe in the spring. If you are interested in supporting Marius and Jacopo further, you can find out about the next issues at stuck-magazine.com or follow Stuck Magazine on Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn. For those who want to hold a magazine in their hands and smell the ink on the paper and for those who want to experience art and subculture more, Stuck Magazine is the right choice.

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