The great Luke Copping, whose photography graces the cover and Fandemonium stories in the current issue of Block Club, is already at work on a publication of his own. Copping has created a one-off magazine that serves as a sort of living portfolio/website/artistic statement.
Fifty-eight pages contain his studio work, with concise descriptions of style and creative philosophy. It is a creative piece of work that serves Luke’s work well, as it pertains to either client attraction, creative display, coffee table bliss, or any combination of the above. His photos are about truth and revelation, not result or product. It’s exciting to see self-promotion taken to innovative places like this.
Good work Luke, as always. :)