This is Dek Unu Magazine. In Esperanto, dek unu means "eleven." Eleven Images from a single artist. Eleven artists in eleven solo issues each year.
Dek Unu publishes the work of a new photoartist in each issue. The artist's work and words are featured alone and in individual focus as the sole purpose for each issue of the magazine. Unlike other arts and letters magazines which might look for work from a variety of artists to support an editorial staff's theme, at Dek Unu, theme and imagery are always each artist's own.
Dek Unu seeks challenging, complex from the international photo community in all genres and techniques, straight to strange. The magazine is not-for-profit, non-advertising and there is never a fee to artists to submit.
Jarlibro means "yearbook" in Esperanto. This issue of Dek Unu celebrates the artists who have contributed to the success of the magazine in the past year. Our mission, to give solo show space to one artist per month, means that, although we receive a very large number of portfolios for consideration for each issue, a single artist provides each month's theme, direction, and vibe. Obrigado! Merci! Ви благодарам! Cheers! and Thanks so much! to Ricardo Imperatore, Elzbieta Kurowska, Birdy Tg, Biljana Jurukovski, Barry Cheeseman, Diana Cheren Nygren, Walter Ungerer, Sandra Klein, Epiphany Knedler, and Jamie Johnson, the past year's featured artists for making our pages informative and beautiful!
Dek Unu Magazine is not-for-profit, and does not accept advertising of any kind. Thanks to all our friends and followers and special thanks to all who have sustained our work by purchasing a favorite artist's print edition through magcloud.com or by donating $11.11 via PayPal to