Last Friday, an epic launch party of issue two of The Quarterly Magazine took place at the Box Studio in London, UK. I'm thrilled to be a contributor in the latest issue themed: Life and Culture and share some new imagery and reflections on gun culture in a series titled Anonymous, alongside incredible works by a diverse group of photographers and writers.
The Quarterly is a creative journal championing creative talent and ethical publishing practices. ''Our goal at The Quarterly has always been to do things ethically and fairly. We don't use adverts and we share all profits between our contributors. We think that's something worth shouting about and we want to spread the word as much as possible.'' Each issue of the “ethical social enterprise” publication is given a theme and writers and photographers from around the world are invited to suggest ideas for articles. - Sanj Sahota, Editor and founder of The Quarterly
Issue Two: Life and Culture looks at guns, tattoos, sex, communes, analogue photography, free-spirited adventure, old age, Los Angeles, immigration, street art, barbers and more.
So what are you waiting for? Order a beautiful print copy now or download the full digital version (coming soon) on your tablet. You'll be treated to a visual feast whilst supporting hungry artists and bold entrepreneurs!