Krysti Joméi

APOTROPAIC BEATNIK GRAFFITI: An Interview w/ Mark Mothersbaugh by Krysti Joméi & Jonny DeStefano

Published Issue 123, March 2024 One of the era’s most prolific conceptual artists and composers Mark Mothersbaugh has been making postcard art every day for the past 50 plus years. And this is on top of composing and scoring over 150 films, television shows, video games and hundreds of commercials and interactive pieces through his […]

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Book Club: March 2024 by Hana Zittel

Book Club By Hana Zittel Published Issue 123, March 2024 Two Sherpas by Sebastián Martínez Daniell, Translated by Jennifer Croft (2023) The immensity of Mount Everest and the consuming shadow of imperialism are melded with the micro-story of an ascent gone awry in Sebastián Martínez Daniell’s latest novel. Two Sherpas are guiding a young Englishman

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Disappeared by Peter Kornowski

Disappeared By Peter Kornowski Published Issue 123, March 2024 They found his idling truck, pulled off the road, radio still playing. His hat rocking in the breeze at the edge of the road. Disappeared is a 12″ x 12″ acrylic painting. Pete is a painter working primarily with acrylics to create imaginative story telling artwork.

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I Have The Mind Of An Ape And So Many Questions That It Can’t Answer by Brian Polk

Published Issue 123, March 2024 Can You Imagine The Shame Of Seeing Your Tweet On One Of BuzzFeed’s “82 Of The Absolute Dumbest Things People Posted On The Internet Last Month” Article? I always wonder if the authors of these absolute dumbest tweets ever notice their own work, slap themselves on the forehead and say,

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