Last year we held a panel discussion with minority ethnic publishers to explore the crucial perspectives they’re injecting into the magazine world. Rhona Ezuma, editor of Thiiird, spoke insightfully about her magazine, so we knew we had to offer their latest issue on Sampler.
Created by “third culture children”, writers and artists that come from a multitude of backgrounds, the issue explores fashion and the arts through the lens of intersectionality, cultural heritage and diversity. It’s a thick volume filled with lovely photography and intimate interviews — it’ll give you inspiration as well as an education. Take a look at some of the spreads below, and head over to Sampler to secure your copy for free shipping.
In this issue:
— Zanele Muholi’s photography explores representation of the black body
— French-Cuban band Ibeyi uses music to communicate their Yoruba heritage
— The experience as a queer person exposed to constant self-evaluation
— The gender conformities imposed upon us as children
— Editorials exploring notions of femme and femininity
— And an intimate conversation between two queer performance artists
Sampler is our weekly magazine offer that gets you magazines for 10% off and free shipping to the US, UK, Europe, and subsidised shipping everywhere else. But hurry, because we only have limited copies available…