The Intersection of Sports and Culture has Never Looked as Good as it Does in Victory Journal
- Alexander Lendrum
Open up any of your typical sports magazine and you’ll find statistics, gossip stories, and “partisan squabbling.” Open sports-culture magazine Victory Journal and you’ll find something totally different. The print and digital platform serves to present the intersection of sports and culture, and it does that through arguably one of the best looking magazines out there. A lot of that comes from its team of contributors, as the title brings on board award-winning photographers and editors from around the world to grace its issues with some of the most compelling content relating to all ends of the sports spectrum–from an in-depth exploration of the late legend, the greatest Muhammad Ali to an intimate portrayal of the men and women participating in the Lumberjack World Championships.
Distributed globally, the platform and its small yet talented in-house team have been redefining the way people take in sports by adding a solid dose of integrity to how games and its players are presented, so it comes to us as no surprise that the title has won the gold medal from the Society of Publication Designers. While its captivating pages are what makes Victory Journal a stand out, the platform also boasts a video department, as well as its Victory editions where they publish art books. Have a look through some of the publication’s impressive visuals throughout, then head over to their official website to check it all out for yourself.