For this ad series, we visited the residences and workplaces of people leading staunchly individualistic lives. The ads introduce the lives and lifestyles carried on there with text that deftly evokes them, and photos that capture the subjects’ sensibilities regarding the same. By depicting the details of the lives of individuals unfamiliar to the audience, this catalog offers readers an opportunity to consider the essence of a life of true abundance.
Ling long women’s magazine, published in Shanghai from 1931 to 1937, was popular during a time of dramatic material, social, and political change in China. Today, the magazine offers researchers a unique glimpse into women’s lives in Republican-era (1911-49) Shanghai. (X)
LW Issue #17: As you can see, Ben Brown is on the cover of our August 2014 issue, cover photo by Katya Schulz. Find out more about him in this issue, also featuring: Delora, Max Frost, Jawbreaking, Vidcon, Andy DeLuca and loads more. We hope you enjoy this issue and pass it along to your friends. View the issue for free by click hereor if you are interested in purchasing a physical copy of this issue, click here.
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The Cost of Paper: Volume One Published by Black Hill Press
A black and white version of my Succulent Desert Riders illustration can be found in the current publication of The Cost of Paper. Some lovely writing in here, as well as artwork by Marcos Chin, Benjamin Mills, Davide Bonazzi, and Mark Smith.
"The Cost of Paper is an annual publication created exclusively for California Bookstore Day. It is a fiction anthology filled with the works of the many collaborators at Black Hill Press (authors, editors, and artists) and sold only for the cost of paper in your hand …"
My first independent project!! As you may have guessed, I’m a huge quail lover, and for my first project out of school I wanted to take on the challenge of drawing as many of them as I could. There are over 30 different species I’ve illustrated here, going from old world into new world, hopefully displaying the amazing differences between them all, but also the similarities they’ve shared.
In the following week, I’ll be setting up an online store and put a lot of these illustrations on stuff too, so if you want to go around wearing a fat bird shirt on your tum, there’s no reason to stop you! Please keep an eye out for that, and let me know if you have any species preference you’d especially like to see!
They made a typo on my name and re-corrected it in the inside cover but HELLO I’m “published” 😂 … In my university Peacock arts magazine volume No.1 2014.
Featured on pages 4, 16, 30 & 38