Bakaya often connotes something negative, something old and rusted or something junk worth throwing away. Here is where this magazine comes in. This magazine highlights artists that see their "junk" as parts of history, something worth reviving, and revive it thus, turning it into something that might interest you something worth keeping. In addition, Bakaya Magazine also reveals new forms of art that are being influenced by our country's history and art culture. This evolution of art discussed ranges from photography, typography, interior design, theatre, dance to fashion and much more.