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About forno...    

 

 

 

forno is an independent, commercial free chromo magazine dedicated to the art of sex. Each issue presents a different sex aspect through a variety of original images created especially for forno. The magazine introduces challenging works of art that stimulate the mind rather then other organs. forno invites artists of all media to participate in forno by creating one double spread according to the concept of the issue.

 

Lilac Madar- publisher & editor

A  photographer and a magazine freak who was tired of commercialized publications and was looking to combine fine arts and design  with explicit sexual images in order to create an alternative for viewers who like positive and esthetic sex.  

 

Uri Inx- art director & fornstar designer

Animator, illustrator, designed forno magazine so it respects both artists and viewers by giving the images maximum space and reducing  the necessary texts to the minimum. Created forno with a good sense of humor so that sex will be associated with happy and enjoyable feelings.

 

Contributors - fornographers

The group of artists is changing in every issue since we are only obligated to the images. That way you can see works by well known  and respected artists next to works of young beginners.

 

Udi Morag- f logo designer

 

Gili Comforty- logos and sub-logos designer

 

Sara Teitelman- consultant

 

"A wicked-cool sex-art/porn/erotica magazine from Israel. Very little text, and no ads either; instead, the pages are loaded with art, art, and more art; paintings, drawings, comics, etc. all of a sexual nature. Very arty and unusual, while still being explicit and erotic. Each issue is devoted to a different aspect of sex"

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