Cassandra Voices’ stated mission is to: “maintain a wide-ranging focus… firmly reject over-specialisation and insularity… (recognise) the value of graphic identity and photographic integrity.”
And they’ve done a mighty fine job in holding to these lofty ideals with the second edition of the publication, helmed by Frank Armstrong.
Its cover features renowned filmmaker Bob Quinn in the company of the late Colonel Ghaddifi and an essay on the time they met.
Elsewhere, there’s an insightful reflection on the needs of homeless in temporary accommodation by Frank O’Boyle and meditations on climate change, fashion, consumption and burnout along with poetry and photo essay.
With philosophical underpinnings, Cassandra Voices makes for an erudite take on the topics of our times.