OOF Magazine believes that “football is the quintessential communal experience”, achieving with ease the elusive goal of art: to make people feel.
Issue five of OOF dives down into the emotional safety net that football provides for so many people. On the cover, we've got the amazing Senegalese photographer Omar Victor Diop, interviewed by Ayodeji Rotinwa. Deeper in the mag, Justin Hammond gets all misty-eyed over Martin Andersen's photos of pre-match mischief, Rosemary Waugh explores the unravelling of masculinity in Corbin Shaw’s football flags, and Lydia Blakeley tells us why Delia Smith is a modern icon. Elsewhere, we've got Orit Gat dropping some art theory on a photo of Dele Alli and Eddy Frankel comparing crowds to bacteria in William Reginald Howe Browne's stunning painting of a Wembley FA Cup final.
Dimensions: 24 x 16 cm