Reading Time: 2 minutes Our Collective Breath, created by Tom Carpenter, divides its profits equally between each contributor
Reading Time: 4 minutes To coincide with the launch of Female in Focus 2021, Daneshmandi discusses her latest multimedia project, presented in the format of a dynamic spiral-bound calendar
Reading Time: 4 minutes Composed of hazy vignettes from his coming-of-age, Stephen Velastegui’s latest zine documents a transitory period of his life in Queens, New York
Reading Time: 2 minutes Dedicated to the creative legacy of Nobuyoshi Araki, the first issue of dada magazine champions mostly-female creatives and their nuanced explorations of sexuality
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Shanghai-based publisher invited five photographers to make use of Amazon’s return policy, exploring current trends in life-style products and the role of photography in consumerist culture
Reading Time: 2 minutes Clare Strand’s latest project presents a series of negatives printed onto translucent paper. “The offer’s there,” says Strand, “People can make their own prints and then they have the images themselves, or they can keep the book as it is. The negatives have a physicality to them – they have their own aesthetic – so it’s not a redundant object if you don’t use them”.
Strand’s zine is the 24th edition of Angle 1-90°, a 90-part project by Norwegian book publisher Multipress. Each zine is made by a different artist who presents their own unique angle on the world through photography. Multipress will continue to produce four zines a year until they reach 90°.
Reading Time: 4 minutes “The idea was why don’t we go back to the market and put these clothes back in their home, back where they came from,” says Britt Lloyd, a young fashion photographer from North London. Working in digital photography for Showstudio, Lloyd has recently collaborated with Martine Rose and Machine-A to shoot a captivating menswear range which speaks to the communities of Seven Sisters and North London. Lloyd’s bold series does not follow traditional stylings of the male fashion industry, which she believes needs to change quickly.