We haven’t really featured any magazines here on Culture Vulture before but anything that promises ‘current affairs with a double shop of tequila’ sounds good to us!
On a more serious note the magazine Ctrl.Alt.Shift, from experimental youth initiative of the same name, is the first charity to venture onto mainstream newsagent shelves. The first issue of the completely bio-degradable bi-annual magazine, can now be found nestling amongst the shelves at most branches of WHSmith stores. The Corruption Issue is jammed pack with provoking and challenging content including features on the language of corruption; a bespoke piece of work from artist Sarah Maple influenced by corruption and sex; and an investigative feature into honour killing in India. All this and more for just £3.95 a pop!
Ctrl.Alt.Shift is an experimental youth initiative politicing a new generation of activists for social justice and global change. It aims to give a voice to the silent majority using creativity, photography, film, stories, illustration and music