“PAPKA” is a constructed photography magazine documenting how we see and consume art. Think about it, we always consume images depending on how they’re dictated to us. Image’s don’t sit on a conveyor belt for us to pick out. Instead we exist at the centre of a storm where images are thrown towards us by the winds of dictation from varying directions. I created a contemporary photography magazine filled with fictional personas and the images that they create. Does it matters that our art is simulated from an endlessly radiating synthesis of art. If or when we find out that the artists inside are fictional, does it change our reactions to the work as art regardless? The magazine was produced in a print run and has been exhibited in both a physical and digital fashion regularly. The magazine is available for iPad free on the App Store.