LAW Magazine

LAW (Lives and Works) is an independent bi-annual magazine based in London. LAW is concerned with documenting the overlooked and portraying the beautiful everyday, giving people a sense of belonging and recognition. We visited LAW studios in Hackney and photographed Editor-in-Chief John Joseph Holt and Creative Director Joseph Prince in their working space. Photographs by Jack Johnstone.

Nothing in the world but you by Rosaline Shahnavaz

Rosaline Shahnavaz is an English photographer based in London whose work has been featured in publications such as AnOther, Dazed Digital, Aesthetica and TANK. Rosaline has recently published ‘Nothing in the world but you’, a zine showcasing personal photos of her boyfriend Ben shot on different trips and escapes they’ve taken to just be together and away from everything else. … Read More

Halo Publications

Founded by Corentine Jaunard and later joined by Lauriane Godart, Halo Publications is a collective of graphic designers based in Brussels. Since its beginnings in 2011, Halo Publications has developed projects based around a common interest in bookmaking and design. Halo Publication’s approach hasn’t changed and its founders still continue to work with artists, architects, academics, and anyone whose process … Read More

Bookshelf: HOUSE WEAR 2

HOUSE WEAR has launched its second issue at Ditto Press Gallery in London last week. The magazine is published by Many Many, a creative collaboration between Stephanie Poole and Rachel Elliot-Jones who work across art, design, architecture and publishing in Melbourne, Australia. Following the theme of HOUSE WEAR, a catalogue produced for an exhibition of the same name, which addressed … Read More

Bookshelf: Romka Magazine

Romka Magazine is a collective photo album in which people from all over the world share the stories behind their favorite photographs. Since its beginnings as an online magazine 4 years ago, Romka has featured over 300 people from 45 countries, presenting stories ranging from little anecdotes to the most intimate memories. Joscha Bruckert, the editor of Romka, sent us … Read More