New Issue Of DIG Out Now!
A New Photo Issue - Taking A Look At Life After Print
13 Dec 2017
It was about three years ago that we sent our last ‘regular’ issue of DIG magazine to print. Shortly after that issue (DIG 99) we took DIG back to it’s independent roots and moved most of what we do into producing daily content here on digbmx.com. At the time though, we vowed to keep on doing print in different forms, and we stuck to our word. Today we bring you our ninth print project since Spring 2014 and it's yet another full-on issue of DIG. This time round we're focusing on the photographers who for years have brought us the most inspiring images, and we talk about how things have changed for them, and BMX, since the demise of regular print titles.
This issue is dedicated to the new breed of zine makers out there - we salute you!
UPDATE: we've sold out already but in the UK & Ireland it's available via local shops via 4 Down Distro.
DIG issue 99.8 - January 2018 - A Photo Journal
- 148 pages
- Oversized high quality format
- On Sale Now!
- Seven Days Later
"Did you hear what happened to Robbo?"
- A South African Safari
BSD's Reed Stark and Denim Cox
- Burns Baby, Burns
A conversation about BMX media and more with a DIG favourite.
- A Sequence of Technical Events
Courage Adams and Devon Smillie for Fly Bikes in Tenerife.
- Life After Print
Discussing 'the new normal' for some of the world's best known BMX photographers, since the inevitable demise of print media. With Rob Dolecki, Ricky Adam, George Marshall, Andrew White, Fred Murray, Jeff Z and Hadrien Picard.
- 30 Years Of The Shield
Scott Towne on three decades of influence from "the most punk rock company in BMX."
- Shots Fired
Sixteen of the best photos from some of our favourite photographers.
- No Foreign Lands
The end of one era and the beginning of another with United in Lyon.
- The Palmistry Guide
Vans in Thailand - Photography by Vince Perraud.
Simone Barraco and arguably the best edit of 2017.
New Signature Lines and More
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