Cobalt Magazine, Issue 10, Photography

The Sound of Essence

Patricia Mahon

Cobalt Magazine, Issue 10, Photography

Concrete Cows

Matthew Smith The photograph is of the famous Concrete Cows of Milton Keynes. These are actually a replica by Bill Billings of the original work, which was made by Liz Leyh in the 1970s. I think it represents a kind of harmony between technology and nature. The modern concrete is merged with the traditional, bucolic image of cows grazing in the field.   … Continue reading Concrete Cows

Cobalt Magazine, competition, Issue 9, Photography

Photography Competition Winner: Issue 9

For our first photography competition, in-keeping with our theme of "The Human Subject", submissions had to answer this question:  "A smile is rare, how do you capture one?" We had some amazing submissions and choosing a winner was incredibly difficult! Below you can see the fantastic photographs that were submitted for the competition...   (Submitted… Continue reading Photography Competition Winner: Issue 9

Cobalt Magazine, Issue 9, Photography


Emily Walden After the chaos of exams last year, I had a few weeks before I went home to relax and spend time with friends before we parted for three months. Over that time, me and my flatmate had frequent days out, walking around cities, exploring, and finding new things to marvel at. This picture… Continue reading Curiosity

Cobalt Magazine, Online Exclusive, Photography, Uncategorized

Humans of Fallas

Tiff Milner Fallas is a celebration in Valencia, Spain that celebrates Saint Joseph. Huge Falla statues (monumento fallero) are built out of flammable materials such as wood, paper, clothing and polystyrene across the city. Many take human shape, dancing up towards the sky.  At the end of the festival, the statues are burned in huge… Continue reading Humans of Fallas