This week's magazines: Black + White Photography, British Journal of Photography, Wonderland

This week you can pick up the latest issues of style and culture bible Wonderland and for photography fans Black + White Photography and British Journal of Photography.

First up we have the November issue of Black + White Photography which features award-winning pictured by Jens Juul, their picks of the best photography books, tests and products along with much much more.

In this months issue of the British Journal of Photography JH Engstrom invites BJP’s Michael Grieve over for the weekend to talk photography, life and his acclaimed new book Tout Va Bien; plus Le Bal’s Diane Dufour talks through her acclaimed forensic photography show open now at The Photographers’ Gallery as Burden of Proof, David Campany on his alternative history of photography, and Cristina de Middel on curating Lagos Photo Festival.

The latest issue of Wonderland magazine is a ver special 10th Birthday Issue and featured FKA Twigs, Selema Gomez, Dane DeHaan, ten years of Prada, Gaspar Noe's Love, Eliot Sumner, Zoe Kravitz, Emma Roberts, Hailee Steinfeld, Gareth Pugh and Bella Hadid.

Pick up these magazines and many more in store and online at Fat Buddha. Also don't forget to pick up your free copies of the amazing magazines Vice, Sogo and Law.

Launched in 1992, B+W magazine specialises in the finest of black and white photography from all around the globe. The publication prides themselves on showcasing all levels of photographers from entry level amateurs to world recognised pros.

Since 1854, BJP has documented pioneering photographers from around the globe making it the second oldest photographic title in the UK. Originally released as a bi-weekly publication, BJP now showcases some of the fields promising talent as well as the seasoned veterans once a month. From exhibits to hardware reviews, the magazine covers all things photography.

Offering a bi-monthly insight into the world of visual culture, Wonderland magazine covers a wide range of fields and does not restrict itself doing so. One issue might cover the Sundance film festival while an other will inform us of the latest from New York fashion week. Filled to the brim with amazing photography and design projects, Wonderland offers a lot for everyone, male or female.


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