June 16, 2015
A month-long pop-up workshop & design studio intersecting 40 creatives from various disciplines in one space, documenting everything.
Pledge $10 or more on Kickstarter, and receive the Center for Lost Arts Zine –
It will document the experiences and reflections of those inhabiting the space. A compilation of images, notes, sketches and more in partnership with Faesthetic.
May 28, 2015
“…a 64 page autobiographical story about grief, and about driving through rural Missouri.”
It’s pretty fantastic. Head on over to Emi Gennis’ website for more information. www.emigennis.com
May 24, 2015
Having just poured over issues 1 & 2 of Max Temkin’s new kickstarter funded monthly zine, I can highly recommend it. Beautifully designed, it features a ton of compelling content curated from a wonderful array of cited sources. It’s really, really good. Imagine the content you hope for when you log into your favorite social stream but never get. You should subscribe. Today.
May 22, 2015
May 21, 2015
Collectable and affordable, Faesthetic is a collection of art & oddities from around the world. Part comic book & part zine, Faesthetic is a great place to discover new art & ideas.
Issue #14 showcases 128 pages of original “Play Time” themed art from over 45 artists. Featuring cover art by Matthew Hoffman, documentation of Cody Hudson‘s Artist-in-Residence at Soho House Chicago and a scratch & sniff comic strip by Jason Polan.
This limited edition issue is also the official catalog for the Toledo Museum of Art‘s 2015 Spring / Summer “Play Time” themed show.
Faesthetic #14 is only $10 + S&H. Head on over to Faesthetic.com for sample images and a link to order. Extremely limited numbers available for purchase!
May 15, 2015
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I met a pretty rad dude today, that has a pretty consistently rad output of art coming out on a lot of different fronts. He makes small runs of zines filled with his art, and also posts things to tumblr and instagram as well. His name is Zachary Hobbs, and he is very tall. You should follow him.
Hit him up for one of his zines. They are amazeballs!