Audrey Hepburn sang “wouldn’t it be loverly” and, taking her lead, now we are too. In issue 28 we chat to documentary photographers trying to change the world, spend a day like our mums just for fun, swoon over the latest handbags and jeans for winter, fall in love with photos of Europe and learn how to fix up our pushbikes.
As the title suggests, we invited just about everyone we know to the paper and paste party that was issue 27. There were creative ladies who work with their mums, artists and the folk who’ve had their work tattooed on them, craftsters, street dancers, travel photographers, TV sidekicks from the ‘90s, cooks, cartoonists and Fleet Foxes.
Issue 25 was our love note to everyone out there playing songs, taking photos, performing tricks, making art and generally doing what they do simply for the love of it. We met six independent solo singers brave enough to go it alone, a photographer who turned her Polaroid project into a way of saying ‘thanks’ every day, and three clever clogs who put their lives on hold for PhDs in subjects they adore.
GOOD STUFF AWARDS