Pre-order Photograd's next Brexit themed zine

This Brexit edition of PGZ supports a number of photography graduates who studied in the UK. These photographers have been given the opportunity to showcase work made around the theme of Brexit under the current climate in the UK. Select photographers have been interviewed by professionals within the industry for this zine.

With a wide array of subject matter, this publication brings to the forefront current situations and opinions across the UK amidst our controversial decision to leave the European Union. Both positive and negative stories presented here give readers the opportunity to consider and reflect, make changes and move forward.

Photograd has plans to release a second volume of this Brexit zine later in 2019 with a possible printed edition to follow.


Pre-order customers will be signed up to receive the Photograd newsletter and will be sent a link to download this zine when it’s released.

Use the code 85AK39N for 10% off any pre-orders.


Here are a few images and spreads from the zine to get a taste of things to come.

Image by  Bridie Lewis  who has been interviewed by  Joanne Coates  for this zine

Image by Bridie Lewis who has been interviewed by Joanne Coates for this zine

Image by  Kat Dlugosz  who has been interviewed by  Hanna-Katrina Jedrosz  for this zine  "Now I feel Scottish... my life is here, my home, my business, my partner and almost all my friends. My son was born here and feels Scottish. All of his life was here. Brexit could potentially rob me of everything I have built in 20 years, when I came I was young, now I am not. Starting again somewhere, and alone, frightens me. I have half-heartedly looked at going elsewhere but it looks difficult."  Uta, 47, from Germany, 20 years in Scotland, with her son Daniel, 18, born in Scotland

Image by Kat Dlugosz who has been interviewed by Hanna-Katrina Jedrosz for this zine

"Now I feel Scottish... my life is here, my home, my business, my partner and almost all my friends. My son was born here and feels Scottish. All of his life was here. Brexit could potentially rob me of everything I have built in 20 years, when I came I was young, now I am not. Starting again somewhere, and alone, frightens me. I have half-heartedly looked at going elsewhere but it looks difficult."

Uta, 47, from Germany, 20 years in Scotland, with her son Daniel, 18, born in Scotland

Spread by  Jakub Junek  who was selected by  Brendan Barry  for this zine

Spread by Jakub Junek who was selected by Brendan Barry for this zine

Spread by  Matt MacPake  who was selected by Photograd for this zine

Spread by Matt MacPake who was selected by Photograd for this zine

 
Image by  Luke Archer  who was selected by  Tom Coleman  for this zine

Image by Luke Archer who was selected by Tom Coleman for this zine

Image by  Deividas Buivydas  who was selected by  Chloe Juno  for this zine

Image by Deividas Buivydas who was selected by Chloe Juno for this zine

Spread by  Lorenza Demata  who has been interviewed by  Tom Coleman  for this zine

Spread by Lorenza Demata who has been interviewed by Tom Coleman for this zine