Five teenage girls have come together to create a magazine for teenagers by teenagers. Childish zine was created, edited, and founded by 16-year-old British-Nigerian Mo Odegbami and with the help of her friends Aima Aig- Imokhuede, Molly Johnson, Tolu Faromika and Yasmin Brich, these brilliant young minds will be creating contents for photography, poetry and the general art of young people who may not be well-known in the arts community.
“We created this in order to showcase the photography, poetry and the general art of young people who may not be well-known in the arts community. We work to discover the most unique and talented people to feature in the Zine creating a fresh atmosphere to enhance the experience for our readers around the globe.”
The issue of the magazine is currently out on both print and digital forms. The digital form is currently available to download and it is free. While the print version is for sale at a relatively affordable price and available for shipping worldwide.