Published biannually, Home Front is the magazine of the Friends of the Royal Hospital. We have provided editorial design and art-direction, and created a new-look journal that reflects the new direction the brand is taking.
Pensioner John Humphries escaped twice from the axis forces Prisoner of War camps, and made his way across Europe to the safety of British occupied Italy.
Editorial features on broader interest include articles on Ophelia Field’s The Favourite and the Flemish artist Van Dyke.
Since 2009, female veterans have been admitted to the ranks of the Royal Hospital. A special photo essay was commissioned to mark the anniversary (Photography: Charlie Surbey).
Issue 8 features an article on the Tricorne hat making process, by Patey. We spent a morning in their small factory in South London shooting reportage photography with our in-house photography team.
Issue 9 features the stories behind Soldier’s Tattoos.
(Photography by Deep)
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