Nicholas White’s Black Dots is Issue Five’s cover feature. The project takes us on a journey through the vast British countryside and explores the culture of ‘Bothies’, temporary accommodation used by those travelling through the wilderness.
Paula Iwala highlights the under-representation of black models in mainstream fashion in his work Black in Fashion. The images achieve something truly rare: it is fashion photography as important as it is beautiful.
Nichola Muirhead’s up-close and personal approach documents residents of the Trellick Tower in West London. Muirhead’s intimate portraits and excerpts from interviews give us a sense of what it’s like to live in one of the capitals most iconic brutalist buildings.
Taking on a microscopic technique, Christelle Boulé captures the formation perfume takes when reacting with photographic paper. Drops use of this alternative photographic process materialises scent in an almost painterly fashion with a scientific, molecular aesthetic.
Regular Features Include:
Portrait Page, Centre Fold, Turning Point, Book Review
Issue 5 – Print
Under-representation in the fashion industry
The Residents of an iconic London Tower Block
The Remote Bothies of the UK
Perfume in Photography
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