First published in 1947, Concrete Quarterly is a relatively small magazine that includes innovative concrete projects while also providing news and viewpoints from industry figures. The publication is put out by The Concrete Centre which is the central development organization for the UK concrete industry.
Architecture design has always been fascinating to me and is one of my favorite things to photograph. Over the decades CQ’s cover designs have captured a structure at some pretty compelling angles. Every couple of years they change up their cover either with a new layout and/or a new masthead logo, however in 2000 they did away with one on the cover, but brought it back in the middle of 2003 to rather disappointing results. The new logo constrains the overall photograph and design of the cover and strips the quality it once had.
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