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Journal tagged by Photography

Middle Plane #5

Middle Plane #5

Middle Plane explores the relationship between art and fashion in a unique way, presenting images that reflect the life and work of a single artist. We asked the magazine’s India Birgitta Jarvis to talk us through five images from their latest David Hockney-inspired issue five.

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Ghislain Pascal, Boys! Boys! Boys!
At work with

Ghislain Pascal, Boys! Boys! Boys!

Ghislain Pascal has been promoting and supporting photographers and their work since the nineties, as agent, publicist, gallerist and now magazine publisher. He answers our weekly Q&A as the third issue of his magazine Boys! Boys! Boys!, dedicated to work by queer and gay photographers, appears in shops.

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Sociotype Journal #1
New magazines

Sociotype Journal #1

Hefty new magazine Sociotype Journal is both editorial project and type speciman, but skimps on neither. The text is well-written while showing off the publishers’ typeface Gestura, yet it’s the imagery that catches the eye, uniting the content with a fascinating trail of hand gestures.
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LAW #10

LAW #10

LAW’s sudden return provides a very welcome take on England and the state of Englishness as we struggle with Brexit and the shamelessness of our politicians. We need LAW more than ever, so it’s an ideal choice as first in a new series of Magazines of the Month.
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Sindroms, Blue

Sindroms, Blue

Despite the ubiquity of printed and digital images, we still need fresh inspiration. A new range of magazines offer image-orientated content and the opportunity for surprise, away from the limits of our personalised algorithms. Here, we look at the sixth issue of Sindrom, featuring the colour Blue.
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Homo Alone
Out now

Homo Alone

Last week a smart gay gentleman from Manchester visited the magCulture Shop and dropped off a sample of his mag Homo Alone. It was the perfect surprise: the cover is somewhat non-commital but behind it is a wonderful set of...
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