Silver Magazine is a three-part publication series. Issue One explores the confronting issues surrounding identity, race and white privilege in the United States, and the ways it has fragmented our society. The scope of this project began with the personification of an object, a silver spoon that essentially framed the content, concept and visual representation. Playing off the expression, 'born with a silver spoon’ particularly, inherited wealth and therefore, a sense of entitlement, this critique intends to highlight past and current moments that together compile a 'white privilege cake' that is idiosyncratic of a white American culture, where the judicial system, one's social status and pop culture all act as platforms for inequality to perpetuate. The physical matter of silver have certain connotations, mostly associated with wealth and prestige. However, by analyzing it's physical properties; distorted reflection, durability, usage and industrial qualities, the perception of this static material become challenged and recontextualised.