C.O.D is a body of work, a collection of documentaries, exploring British culture in a modern daysociety and challenging contemporary views on "REAL BRITAIN".
Considering ways in which Britain has influenced youth worldwide, a selection of photographers,writers, and creatives alike have curated a collaborative body of work in a celebration of how theyperceive the “Real Britain”.
Britain’s signature rebelliousness lingers within the pages of C.O.D and heads up the magazine’sown ideology; the main reason behind launching a ‘print only’ platform was to tackle theexaggerated declaration that ‘print is dead’. A quick search for the mag’s online presence will, infact, prove the opposite, as their web trail is as bare as one can get in a technology-obsessed age.
C.O.D first issue will feature the work of emergent creatives like Matt Lambert, Sonya Kydeeva, themagazine’s own editor in chief Lee Chricton and photographic curator Winter Vandenbrink, andwill be available on a very limited print run.
photos Salvatore Caputo via Dazed Digital.