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Love and Marij: Combining Cannabis With Class

Love and Marij: Combining Cannabis With Class

  We recently interviewed Aleecia Head from Love and Marij, the world’s first website devoted to helping partners identify weed-friendly vendors for their wedding! Their goal is to break beyond stereotypes and provide tips and ideas on hosting cannabis events. Find out more about the origins of Love and Marij, some of the challenges they...
Irreversible Marks

Irreversible Marks

Irreversible Marks By Jessica Lynn Whitaker   On June 10, 2015, I walked into a clinic with a cough and a lump on my neck and said, jokingly, “I have to make sure I don’t have cancer.” The doctor who saw me never uttered the word “cancer” but as I navigated the confusing lingo of...
Artists On Our Radar: Claudio Parentela

Artists On Our Radar: Claudio Parentela

Claudio Parentela is a freelance artist, photographer and journalist based in Catanzaro, Italy. His work has been displayed in many zines, magazines and websites throughout his career, both internationally and locally. Website || Tumblr || Facebook                                
Abstracting

Abstracting

Artist: Joe Gonzalez Born in 1987 in Los Angeles, Joe Gonzalez is a Phoenix based artist known for featuring surreal human forms with an undercurrent of bright natural foliage. His influences include David Shrigley, Alphonse Mucha, Daniel Johnston , Edvard Munch and Henry Joseph Darger. Joe’s artwork has been showcased in many diverse locales. The...
Showcase of Schizophrenia

Showcase of Schizophrenia

Artist: Mehmet Demirtaş ( Instagram )            
Film Review: The Lobster

Film Review: The Lobster

  In a world where fatalism and duty are the ideological approach most subscribe to about relationships it is unbelievable how rarely a film comes along which looks straight at that bleak closed way of thinking and gives us an honest diagnosis of the disease. Yorgos Lanthimos interrogates modern relationships in The Lobster with pointed...
Faux-th of July

Faux-th of July

  We all arrive to this open field in messy, unkempt suits, the sun long since set. None of us can fully express the feelings we have in the pit of our stomachs. The orange color illuminates the stage which we have set for ourselves, whose source are the three or four incandescent safety lights...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by: PJ Carmichael PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.   Haymarket, Flickering Lights The trains going out carry...
Artist Spotlight: Alexis Palmer

Artist Spotlight: Alexis Palmer

All Collages By: Alexis Palmer ( Tumblr ) Residing in New York City, 18-year old Alexis Palmer will be attending Parsons School of Design in the fall. You can keep up to date with her work on her art Instagram here, as well as her personal Instagram here.            
Fishspit

Fishspit

Fishspit resides in Bellevue, Washington, and has put out 65 issues of his zine, Wiseblood. He lives with his 19 year old, four and a half pound, deaf and demented cat and loves receiving mail. You can write to him at 1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue WA 98008.    
Artist Spotlight: Maria Tran

Artist Spotlight: Maria Tran

All artwork by Maria Tran   Maria Tran is a Danish/Vietnamese graphic artist based in Copenhagen. With a Master’s Degree in Design, her talents include graphic design, illustration and motion graphics. Maria finds most of her inspiration through music, and is often working on music related projects such as album covers or artist identity for...
Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

  British pop artist Andre Veloux expresses social commentary on gender and femininity through the use of a creative medium – Lego bricks. After teaming up with the Krause Gallery in the Lower East Side of New York, they committed to continue working together and will be exhibiting a collection of Veloux’s pieces for the...

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