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Since the rise of all things green and eco-friendly and the dawn of 10:10, we have joined the revolution and dedicated this issue to the environment that kindly hosts our existence. We decided not to print The Green Issue and have formatted Volume to suit the online reader’s visual experience. This online bumper edition of Volume is the largest magazine so far, with over 130 pages. Please share it with every like-minded creative in your network.  

Volume 7 includes the work of a massive array of wonderful breakthrough artists across the United Kingdom. Green-themed short stories, poetry, painting, photography and illustration feature largely. Stylist Ellie Stidolph and photographer Dan Wilton have also created an eco fashion shoot to coincide with our theme, showcasing up and coming eco fashion labels. Fashion editor Georgia Broaders collaborated with photographer Samuel Habashi on When We Were Young, a T-shirt shoot. 
The music section features Two Door Cinema Club, who have rocketed to stardom in the last year, neo-new-wave sensation Othello Woolf and hot Italian DJ/producer Solo, to name but a few of our favourite musicians of the moment.
Finally, Volume Magazine celebrates its third birthday this year. We have had an incredible three years, beginning at The Old Queen’s Head on Essex Road where we launched our first issue, spanning through to the AKA where we held our first exhibition of contributor’s work and subsequent nights at The Macbeth, Hoxton and The Paradise, Kensal Rise. 

Thank you to everyone who has continued to support us, and to the UK’s uprising creative talent who have donated their work. Volume couldn’t exist without you.  We hope you enjoy reading this issue.