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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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Godric by Tommy Coyote

Log 127 by Godric

Log 127 By Godric Photo by Tommy Coyote Published Issue 089, May 2021 And we rolled like carpet, Ivory crustaceans. My heart look like them new Gucci bags Yellow, to the side. Pillow kissed the Sun in a meadow before waffle macchiato licked my turtleneck. Noticed it later, Like lint in a picture. I can …

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Base Camp by Ali Hoff

Base Camp By Ali Hoff Published Issue 089, May 2021 Ali Hoff is UK-based freelance concept artist and 3D Modeller who creates strange otherly worlds, scapes, characters and more.  

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Naoki by Dan Moran

Naoki By Dan Moran Published Issue 089, May 2021 Best of Birdy, Originally published Issue 052, April 2018 “Naoki,” ball-point pen on paper, 8.5″ x 11″, 2014. Artist Bio I am a self-taught artist and have been drawing as long as I can remember, since before I could read or write. I’ve never formally studied …

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Shattered Sky by Lio Bumba

Shattered Sky By Lio Bumba Published Issue 089, May 2021 Lio Bumba (BUMBAKiNi) is a self-taught artist who brings a global view to the Denver art scene. Of Congolese descent, he boldly envisions the modern American experience from a black man’s perspective in swaths of folkloric imagery inspired by his African descent, European upbringing, and …

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