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The Horny Of Plenty, Jack Scollard
The Horny Of Plenty, Jack Scollard
The Horny Of Plenty, Jack Scollard
The Horny Of Plenty, Jack Scollard
The Horny Of Plenty, Jack Scollard
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The Horny Of Plenty, Jack Scollard

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This 110 page zine is a compilation of images taken in London over the space of 12 months since Jack moved to the city. The zine is intended as a meditation, capturing the ceaseless intensity and boundless beauty of a city that never knows when to stop. Whether it's sporadic snapshots in club cubicles, tender portraits at the lakes deep in the city's outskirts or intimate moments during after parties, these vibrant shots testify to a quest for vitality and connection that followed two years of lockdowns.

Scollard's playful and unrehearsed style of photography is reflected back in the zine's whimsical graphic design, lead by Lisbon-based designer Graham Dow. Written contributions, including an interview conducted by Shane Morgan, alongside texts by Sean King and Berlin-based artist David Lindert, probe some of the darker themes raised in the images associated with a pursuit of pleasure. This is a bold and unapologetic work that immortalises a period of deep personal change for the author, but also captures the constant hedonistic attitude within London's queer community.

10% of profits from this project will be donated to Terrence Higgins Trust which campaigns about and provides services relating to HIV and sexual health as well as offering support empowerment to those living with HIV.

SMUT Press is a collective print publishing project based between Dublin and London founded in 2022 by Jack Scollard and Jordan Hearns. The press aims to spotlight and support queer artists to produce printed matter, founded on the support of a wider community, artistic collaboration and mutual cooperation.

Published by SMUT Press
Limited Edition of 150
Softcover
110 pages

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