Win Boys By Girls Goodies!

19 January 2013

Get ready lovely readers; another contest is starting, with chances to win some extra special Boys by Girls goodies! The excitement has definitely not died down since the release of our 4th issue “A Place Called Youth” and very first newsstand issue, and with it we’ve had lots of great feedback. Read for yourselves what’s being said about our beloved magazine:

"The way the magazine hovers somewhere between art and editorial is really beautiful."
(Twitter feedback)

"Though some fashion is mixed in with the portraiture, the interviews with and artwork by some of the models, make this magazine more like a peek into their own private journals."

With the buzz around our magazine still growing, we really want to give you all the opportunity to have a bit of Boys by Girls for yourself!

To win your all-time favorite Boys by Girls goodies all you have to do is head on over to this image on our Facebook page featuring Conor Doherty (Elite Model Management London) with the Boys by Girls issue. Simply Like and Share the photograph, and you may become the lucky winner! The winners will be picked at random.

Two lucky winners will both receive:

  • A signed original print of one of our wonderful boys in the issue
  • An issue signed by five of our featured models

Fancy your chances at winning? Then hurry on over to the facebook; like and share the beautiful Conor, and spread the love for “A Place Called Youth” before the 28th of January! That means you’ve got 10 days from now. Let the count down begin!

"The images capture a beauty that not everyone sees."
(Twitter feedback)

"The unique aesthetic of capturing the young male makes Boys by Girls utterly distinctive in its approach."

"I wish I was a woman photographer. Your mag is genius!"
(Twitter feedback)

Everybody loves our issue "A Place Called Youth! To check out and be part of the Boys by Girls Love Affair head over to Tumblr where there is a whole lot of love happening.

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