Release Date: 3/4/15



4FATHERS Journal is a print and digital publication for and about fathers, using a traditional approach of photographs and words. Each issue we feature a selection of fathers with amazing stories, who we think are doing amazing things as parents. With it's unique mix of interviews and photo essays, 4FATHERS goal of giving today’s father a voice through its publication is achieved with each issue delivered bi-annually.

In Issue 03 of 4FATHERS Photo Journal we continue to celebrate fatherhood through candid, but powerful visuals and recognize greats like Geoffrey Holder and Jitu Weusi. Moving forward in one’s life represents progression, but its always good to look deeply into the past, to acknowledge the works done before us. There is family only because there is history


Atlanta Zine Fest
July 18th 2015 / Atlanta, GA

More Than XY, Exhibit
The Darnley Gallery /
The Bernie Grant Arts Centre
June - July 2012 / London, England

Men Are Born Fathers
Are Made Community
Cookout / House of Art Gallery
August 20th 2011 / Brooklyn, NY

Together-Apart, Know Good Dads
June 4th 2011 / New York, NY
A dynamic convo about fatherhood,
from its challenges and triumphs to its
impact on all of our personal relationships.
This event was aimed at creating more
positivity around being a loving,
present and successful father.

Fathers Vintage Exhibit First
Thursdays At Grady’s Boutique / Gallery
June 3rd, 2011 / Brooklyn, NY

Introductory to 4FATHERS
Meet & Greet
January 10th, 2011 / Brooklyn, NY

4FATHERS Photo Journal Issue 03
96 pages
8.5 x 11 inches
Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
$15.00 (US / CAN)
ISBN: 978-0-692-42735-4

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Marlon Cole is a graphic designer and curator with creative experience in both print and web design. Inspired by the birth of his son, Marlon created 4FATHERS, a print and digital journal celebrating the lifestyle of fatherhood. The journal’s main purpose is to encourage fathers to be active parents in their children’s lives.