After countless hours of emailing, editing, writing, re-touching and re-re-touching, Issue 2 of The Quarterly finally hits the shelves this Friday with an bells ringing launch night at BOX studio in London.
The triple-covered 144 page behemoth examines the theme of Life and Culture and uses everything from fashion photography to thought-evoking opinionated copy, to look at guns, tattoos, council estate, sex, communes, analogue photography, free-spirited adventure, old age, Los Angeles, immigration, street art, barbers and more.
The Launch Night
Due to the recent overwhelming success of the issue 2 Kickstarter campaign – which included mentions on Creative Review, Design Collector, Freunde von Freunden, and the official Kickstarter blog, to name a few – the team behind The Quarterly are putting on a jolly good knees up to shout about their wonderful new publication from the rooftops.
The launch night will give fans of The Quarterly a chance to meet the amazingly talented writers and photographers who contributed to the issue, and a chance to pick the brains of the team behind The Quarterly.
The brand new three floor BOX studio in Shoreditch will exhibit a selection of photographs from the magazine and advance print copies of The Quarterly will be also be on hand for guests to buy and flick through, before the rest of the world gets their hands on them.
The team behind The Quarterly Kickstarter video will also be filming the many drunken hilarities which are bound to occur during the night, and as sponsors of the event, the good people at Brewdog and Bondi Beer will be donating enough free beer to make sure no one goes thirsty. They’ll also be a selection of nibbles and live music from four unannounced London DJ’s.
There are still a few spaces left on the guest list, so if you would like to attend please email an RSVP to email@example.com, tweet @_TheQuarterly, or join our Facebook event page. Hurry though, places are filling up fast.
Event Location: BOX Studio, 1-3 French Place, London, E1 6JB.
We look forward to getting rowdy with you all.