Established in 1992, as a student magazine, Entropy had its ups and downs. As a newly appointed Executive Director/Creative Director in 2008, I h… Read More
Established in 1992, as a student magazine, Entropy had its ups and downs. As a newly appointed Executive Director/Creative Director in 2008, I have re-established the publication as a youth culture magazine. Under my leadership, this became a design driven magazine, whose philosophy is to discover new creative talent within the fields of design, art, illustration, photography and writing. We find pride in being the first to provide a chance for the young talent to express itself and to promote its work. We constantly strive to provide the highest quality content and we set high standards for all of our contributors in the same way as we set high standards for ourselves in producing and designing the magazine. Therefore, the magazine is printed by a carbon neutral process, using vegetable based inks on sustainable forest fibre and is distributed free of charge on selected locations and in an electronic form. The magazine was rebranded as UniLife Magazine in 2009, to correspond better with the parent organisation that funds it - UniLife Inc.