Keeping in line with its alternate approach to the industry, Collection of Documentaries chooses to launch its third issue in an understated fashion, shying away from the current pattern of online over-exposure of new publications, deciding to backlash with no Facebook and no online presence, and instead promoting C.O.D through word of mouth and by the creatives involved. As always Collection of Documentaries launches straight into print, as it is C.O.D's vision that the power that is conveyed by both the images and the text should be tangible, thus creating a product that is covetable and collectable, real, and, to put it simply, very cool.
In Issue 3 we see Collection of Documentaries continuing its unique exploration of its themes. However C.O.D now moves beyond its distinctive consideration of real Britain, and youth Britain, instead focusing on youth culture worldwide, taking C.O.D into a whole new territory. The approach to details of Collection of Documentaries defines its uniqueness, thus we see elements like its colour fading cover, morphing from white to black over ten issues; a luscious feature that every magazine collector will relish.
UK Cover Price £14.00
Aprox Weight 1422gms