Raw Forms is an bi-annual print publication born in Manchester, UK.
It presents queer and minority perspectives on current and consumer affairs in politics, socio-economics, portraiture and fashion.
Featuring writers, illustrators, photographers, directors, musicians and otherwise creative people that express unique and powerful viewpoints on subject matters within their field of research or profession.
Issue 1: Spaces.
The first issue of Raw Forms focuses on defining and understanding the politics of digital and social environments.