It’s here - the full color, third issue of the “Wait, Stop Here” zine series by Brian Arnold. This one is titled “Exhausted Structures” and features a collection of photos from allover the place that contain buildings and objects that have seen better days. All photos in this issue were shot with an iPhone and edited using VSCOcam.

- Full Color 
- 24 pages 
- Laser printed on 28lb. paper 
- Hand folded and stapled 
- Includes buttons and other extras 
- Limited to 50 copies, hand numbered.

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A Tribute to the TMNT Incarnations & Voice Actors, 1987-2014

Which one is YOUR favourite?

For me, I’m very biased towards the more recent incarnations; my favourite Leo voice is Michael Sinterniklaas, my favourite Mike voice is Mikey Kelley, my favourite Raph voice (by a LONG way) is Nolan North and my favourite Donnie voice is Sam Reigel. My favourite cast all together is the 2007 cast and it’s also my favourite incarnation and style, it’s damn beautiful. That said, I also adore the 2012 cast and that incarnation.


SELFIE” at Stephanie Chefas Projects.

Opening on Friday, April 8th, 2016 at Stephanie Chefas Projects in Portland, Oregon is the fantastic looking group exhibition, “Selfie.”

From the gallery’s press release: “Selfie” is a group show honoring the exploration of self through artistic expression. From the aristocratic portrayal of Durer to the camouflage visage of Warhol, the timeless art of self-portrait has been cemented as a cornerstone of art history, often demonstrating an artist in his or her most personal (perhaps even vulnerable) mode of expression. Through these personal endeavors an artist can reveal innermost thoughts and feelings while simultaneously allowing the viewer to bear witness to a human life in flux.  As personal the self-portrait can be, it’s also a form that’s commonly defined by expectation and familiarity. For “Selfie,” participating artists were invited to unlock the shackles of tradition and take the notion of ‘self’ as a launch pad for pure creative expression. Looking deep within, each artist went beyond the flesh to offer profound glimpses into their souls. The result is a truly spectacular array of intimate iconography from some of the contemporary art scene’s most exciting talents.

Featuring work by such artists as (above): Adrian Cox, John Felix Arnold III, Brian Mashburn, Jennifer Nehrbass and Kristin Liu Wong plus many others.

Selfie” is on display until April 30th, 2016.  If you’re in the area don’t miss it!


Spreads from Consolation Prize by Brian Arnold

The overall theme of this handmade zine is feeling stagnant where you’re at and rethinking the major decisions you’ve made in your life. It’s about missing home but not being sure if home even still exists.

- 20 pages + Cover / Approx. 5.5in x 8.5in. 
- The covers for this zine are made from repurposed vintage file folders and feature a 4x6 print 
- All B&W 35mm film photos 
- Binding is hand stitched using hemp string 
- All text is hand stamped 
- Hand trimmed 
- Hand numbered /20 - PHP006 
- Initially made for the Grand Rapids Zine Fest

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