Month: May 2021

Glide by Visions Collage

Glide By Steve Haney aka Visions Collage Published Issue 089, May 2021 Steve Haney — aka Visions Collage — is a 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.

May Book Club by Hana Zittel

Book Club By Hana Zittel Published Issue 089, May 2021 The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones (2020) When four members of the Blackfeet Nation make the ill-advised decision to hunt elk on land reserved for elders, their fates are sealed as a violent haunting starts to unfold around them. Stephen Graham Jones’ newest …

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Triunity by Nick Flook

Triunity By Nick Flook Published Issue 089, May 2021 Nick Flook aka Flooko is “the O.G astronaut painter” and takes his fans on adventures through original acrylic paintings and animations. This Toronto-based artist specializes in assurrealism, space-themed work and impressionistic city and landscapes. See more of his work on his site and follow him on Instagram …

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Smoke and Mirrors by Dave Danzara

Smoke and Mirrors By Dave Danzara aka Lost In Time Designs Published Issue 089, May 2021 Dave Danzara has spent most of his life creating art. Born and raised in California, Dave won a scholarship to Laguna Art Institute of Southern California in 1994. His influences can be found in pop culture, sci-fi, fantasy, film …

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The Waters Have Calmed, But Don’t Drop Your Guard By Graham Franciose

The Waters Have Calmed, But Don’t Drop Your Guard By Graham Franciose Published Issue 089, May 2021 Graham Franciose grew up in the forests of Massachusetts. His work reaches back to those times of exploration and imagination, where anything was possible. His whimsical, sometimes emotional, illustrations show a sliver of a story, a moment between …

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