Founded by five graduates aiming to promote emerging photographic talent, Splash and Grab is a fantastic photography magazine packed with original, refreshing works. This issue’s theme is intimacy, and looks at images that bring the viewer into close proximity with the subject through an artists’ attentive mastering of the lens.
Below are some content outlines and spreads — if you like what you see, head to Sampler and order your copy for free shipping and 10% off.
In this issue:
— The metal structure on the cover, captioned with the average height of adult women and men, is an investigation into how the human scale can be considered in the paradigm of Eastern European brick factories
— A Krakow-based Florence + The Machine fan club in Poland
— Molly Matalon speaks about her sensitive portraits of her male friends
— A curated, single-image section, where the editors’ favourite photographs are examined
— Emma Bowkett looks at the magical photography of Polish photographer Kaja Rata
— And Jim Campbell investigates what Juno Calypso calls Inevitable Funk
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