We stock a number of exceptional photography magazines but with many more people now publishing their images we feel the scene is now something of a mixed bag, characterised by a conceptual vagueness and, dare we say, shallowness. If we think photography has become more accessible now, arguably the opposite may be true, with so much imagery lacking useful explanation or exposition. The power of the image not diminished, but sometimes we want the story, we want more information, we want that satisfying word + image enlightenment.
The magazines we admire and think really work are those that recognise a certain creative community, help formulate and articulate its stories and its ideas. Magazines that bring voices, visions and work to the widest audience. So The Raw Society Magazine is just the thing we’re always looking for.
This is a new non-profit project dedicated to sharing compelling and important work by its own members and the wider storytelling community.
Touching on themes as varied as social issues, politics, culture, travel and history, what unifies this magazine is its strong focus on the photographic medium and the often personal tone the stories take on. The publishers have opted for a compact format for the magazine to make it easier for readers to carry it around with them and read in their free time. The magazines, they say, ‘are meant to be used, tattered, have coffee spilled on them and be a part of your life, in whatever way that may be’.
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