Month: March 2021

Dolmen By Ali Hoff

Dolmen By Ali Hoff Published Issue 083, March 2021 Ali Hoff is UK-based freelance concept artist and 3D Modeller. Follow him on Instagram for more work. Snag prints here.

Creepshow Sheepshow By Joel Tagert

Creepshow Sheepshow By Joel Tagert Art by Dave Danzara Published Issue 087, March 2021 “I hate sheep,” Naoko said. “They’re creepy.”  Ten raised a tufted eyebrow in disbelief. “I’ve seen you literally swimming in blood and guts. These are sheep.” “I didn’t say they were gross, I said they were creepy.” “White, fluffy sheep. Little …

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The Black Machine

The Black Machine By Jim Bengochea

The Black Machine By Jim Bengochea Publishing Issue 087, March 2021 Jim Bengochea aka The Black Machine is a Pennsylvania-based graphic designer and artist specializing in digital illustration, and blender and 3D work. Peek his Instagram for more.

By Visions Collage 

Untitled By Visions Collage  Published Issue 087, March 2021 Steve Haney — aka Visions Collage — is an all-paper visual collage artist and a percussionist for Jungle Fire, a  Los Angeles-based TropiFunk juggernaut that digs deep into Afro/Latin Funk with an approach that is authentic and highly explosive.

March Book Club by Hana Zittel

Book Club By Hana Zittel Oak Flat: A Fight for Sacred Land in the American West by Lauren Redniss (2020) “The contested copper under Oak Flat was created by the stars that were born and died billions of years ago. The copper is older than Earth itself. A mine here would operate for about 40 …

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Wynwood Miami By Grant Haffner

Wynwood Miami By Grant Haffner Published Issue 087, March 2021 Born 1978 in Berkeley, California, Grant Haffner was raised in East Hampton, NY.  He currently lives and works in Western MA. Grant was a resident of Long Island’s East End for most of his life. His images are still inspired by and reflect the country …

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