* We are currently accepting submissions for our February 2024 Issue. Submissions from models, photographers, artists, musicians, designers, tattoo artists, etc. are welcome.

Submission Guidelines:

* All submission should be between 6-10 images. If your submissions are over 10 images, we won’t guarantee we will publish all images, a maximum of 10 and a minimum of 4 will be chosen, unless it is a cover story or special feature. Once your submission is accepted for publication the files sizes required are: 8.5X11 for Portraits at 300dpi. Portrait images are preferred.

* When submitting for consideration, always submit your images in low-resolution as attachments, include the photographers name. Please do not submit high resolution attachments, or zipped files for review. If you are submitting the editorial and are not the photographer, please confirm and present to us permission/release form from the photographer that owns the copyright to the images.

Additional credits: Also include if applicable, stylist, makeup and/or hair artist. Other than names the more social profiles you can include the better it will be to tag and promote on all our social media channels.

Deadlines for February Issue:
Deadline for submissions for consideration is January 27th, 2024.
Selections will be made by January 31st.

All submissions will be sent via email to: [email protected]

We  look forward to reviewing all submissions and seeing your work, Thank You! ~ Mchelle

2024 Submissions Calendar

February Issue: January 27th – Themes: Valentines Day, Open
April Issue: March 23rd  – Themes: Spring Nature, Open
July Issue: June  28th – Themes: Summer, Fourth of July, Open
October Issue: September 28th – Themes: Halloween, Fall, Open
December Issue: November 29th – Themes: Winter, Christmas, Sexy Santa, Christmas Horror, Open

Submissions for website:
Feel free to submit images to be published on the website anytime during the year!

Commissions for special issues available upon request. Minimum of 25 images per issue:.
Model Portfolios
Brand Issues