The publication, dedicated to beauty on the fringes, is selling images by Douglas Irvine, Jordan Hemingway, Tom Johnson and more.
Founded in October of last year by hair stylist Michael Harding and fashion stylist Hannah Elwell, Altered States is a print magazine viewing beauty through a subcultural lens.
With its first issue, the publication explored everything from LGBTQIA+ skate crews to Cold War beauty, looking beyond the individual implications of beauty and style, towards its broader social implications.
To celebrate the imminent launch of its second issue, and to raise funds for vital causes, Altered States has launched a print sale of affordable works from brilliant photographers.
With an array of ten images up for grabs, the sale includes work by Douglas Irvine, Jordan Hemingway, Tom Johnson, Samuel Bradley, Geordie Wood, Ian Kenneth Bird, Sarah Stedeford, Chieska Fortune Smith, Daniel Ciufo and Gary Gill.
Get your print here. Each print is 10 x 12 inches and priced at £100. Check out some of our faves below.
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1 July 2021