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Boy.Brother.Friend #7

230 x 300mm, 268 pages
Founder and creative director: Kk Obi
Editorial director: Matthew Benson
Graphic director: Jules Banide 
Graphic design:  Hombelune Chuche and Paul Clément

Boy.Brother.Friend ‘examines art, fashion & theory through the guise of the diaspora male experience.’ A poetic and visually stimulating magazine, this seventh issue is, in the words of founder Kk Obi, ‘perhaps one of the most delicate’ to date, dedicated to dreams and specifically focussing on a conflict that receives little global coverage—the ongoing war in Sudan.

Split into four sections and opening with an enigmatic photo series of the Nubian pyramids, this issue also includes Eddie Ahmed's queer cinematic retelling of a seminal postcolonial novel, Diana Fuhrmann on the political history of Sudanese jazz, an interview with Igbo Afro-pop star Odumodublvck and a discussion between three leading Sudanese thinkers and artists—Kholood Khair, Raga Makawi and Eiman Yousif. 

Large and beautifully printed, offering rich insight into Sudanese cultural history and politics.

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