This past Autumn I launched a new illustration magazine! Twice each year, subscribers of Sketchbook will receive a collection of all-new unpublished illustrations, developed from my sketchbooks.
Issue 1: Fire and Ice Cream. Gelato and Engine 55, in New York’s Little Italy neighborhood.
Summer in Italy is my first issue’s theme. My actual summer in Italy was over a decade ago, so this publication is a sort of nostalgic daydream Atlas of Italy.
Here I am in New York, looking at Sketchbook, in front of the fire station depicted on the cover.
You can see more of the first issue here.
There are still a few copies of issue 1 left. Issue 2 will ship in 2017. If you are an art buyer or art director, you can subscribe for FREE here.
Checkout issue 18 of UPPERCASE Magazine, their newest and special “Cut it Out” edition, filled with articles about scrapbooks, collage work – both 3D and 2D, and a multitude of other fantastic features. Page 108-109 An Artist’s Scrapbook depicts spreads from my own scrapbooks accompanied by few paragraphs I wrote about my process and how it relates to my art practice. For more images of my scrapbooks see My Swipe File part 1 and part 2.
Issue 18’s cover features the work of artist Sarah Bridgland
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A country veterinarian’s journal
A sad tale
The journal of Douglas Young, 1898–99
Thomas Field’s scrapbook, Galt, Ontario
Found in a Calgary bookshop. Sprinkled with four-leaf clovers
The handwriting: H.R.H. Prince Arthur
Money Spent in 1931, by H. Wilbur Schwartz of Wayne County, New York
Pants + spenders + socks for $3.68! A bushed of turnips for 10 cents!
I picked up this book, attracted by the handwriting throughout in the margins:
The Hall of Hellingsley Volume III, by Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges, published in 1821
“This book is a mere parcel of balderdash”
Love Letters: Lawrence and Louise
An absolute tonne of mail, art and mail-art has passed through Box 6704. It’s all stitched together in stacks of encyclopaedia-like folios, numbered and date-stamped.
Emptied my post office box for the last time this week. I opened this box at Station A when I moved to Toronto — the rent was $20/year. Now it’s $200! 😦