We are beyond stoked to announce The Quarterly is featured in British Journal of Photography’s December issue which looks at “cool & noteworthy” people and projects from the past year.
Established in 1854, British Journal of Photography is the world’s longest-running photography magazine. Their December issue — which went on sale today — is an annual review of the people and projects that inspired them in 2013.
As part of their yearly round-up, issue 2 of The Quarterly is featured in a section entitled: “Stand-out print titles with a photographic bent”.
Seeing our beloved publication next to some of the world’s most beautiful and established photography magazines really is an honour and a privilege. From the beginning, The Quarterly has always set out to do things differently and although we’re still learning every single day, seeing recognition likes this helps remind us we must be heading in the right direction.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, we’ve decided to reduce the price of our digital edition to £1.50
To subscribe to British Journal of Photography or find a stockist near you visit www.bjp-online.com/static/in-print
We’re also still on the hunt for talented, passionate and mind-blowingly epic photographers, journalists, and writers who want to get involved with issue 3 of The Quarterly. Check out our submissions page and send us your ideas.