Visual Communication technician Julian Gwinnett has been working with colleagues on the design for 10th edition of Collectivism Magazine. Focussing on the arts, community and social action, this issue of Collectivism honours International Women's day and the inspiring women of Wolverhampton.
"This is an opportunity to celebrate the many female led initiatives and projects throughout the city that are positively impacting our communities and changing perceptions of Wolverhampton" said Collectivism Editor Kate Penman.
"International Women's Day publicises the unresolved, global issues affecting women directly. Wolverhampton's independent charities do fantastic work supporting women and families affected by these issues." she continued.
Collectivism is crowd funded. You can collect your free copy at the School of Art and Design, Lighthouse Wolverhampton Art Gallery and from other outlets in the city.