by Josh Rubin
on 22 March 2005
Destined is a new online magazine and collective featuring hot young photographers, illustrators and designers. Each week three artists will be featured, making Destined a new stop on my weekly tour. This week's featured artists include Johnny Chuk, Karen Oxman and YangTan. While it's currently only available on the web, there's a print version in the works for later this year.
Destructed Magazine T's
by Josh Spear
Destructed has some very limited edition and top notch looking screen printed t-shirts for sale. Each issue of the magazine is downloadable, and a dozen or more artists collaborate to show their work together in each issue. It's a place of interaction...
Stuart and Your Gallery
by Leonora Oppenheim
If you missed the launch last year of powerful art collector Charles Saatchiâ€™s foray into the online networking, donâ€™t worry you are not the only one. We only recently learned of the growing phenomena that are...
by Josh Rubin
Did you notice the fantastical treatment to the images in the new nopattern.com.
Jennifer Abessira: We Live as We Dream—Alone
The Tel Aviv-based artist’s new solo exhibition is a mixed media feast for the eyes
by CH Contributor
by Ross Belfer It’s difficult to pinpoint the precise inspiration behind Jennifer Abessira's artwork. Collagist, observer, anachronistic collector, photographer, mixed-media artist—Abessira is influenced by and works with almost everything and anything...
by Josh Rubin
Box is the latest in a new breed of mindful soft porn. It offers a post-ironic combination of fine art photography and illustration, literature, documentary and editorial reviews. What's best is that it's neither gay nor straight, male or...
FOOD + DRINK
by Evan Orensten
We liked Swallow Magazine so much we sat down with James Casey, its creative director. This hard bound bi-annual magazine approaches food, and the people and culture behind it, in new and innovative ways. Cool Hunting: What was the inspiration behind...
by Ted Cahill
Tank magazine since 2002. It includes 500 color illustrations and more the 600 pages of many images never published before. Pre-order for $35 from Thames & Hudson or from Amazon.
by Phuong-Cac Nguyen
Maguila is a free PDF art magazine and its newest edition is now available for download. Full of spectacular art worthy of whitewashed walls in any gallery, this 94-page issue packs in drawings, paintings, photography, collage and graphic design...
Amba Sayal-Bennett at the London Art Fair
We speak with the emerging artist about her fascinating multi-dimensional drawings
by Cajsa Carlson
Part of the fun of the London Art Fair, an annual showcase for modern and contemporary British art, is discovering emerging artists. The Art Projects section of the show is where you’ll find new names from all around the world, as well as homegrown...
Beautiful Decay Website Redesign and Giveaway
by Tim Yu
In celebration of their newly redesigned site, Beautiful Decay is giving away a three-pack of tees along with their Archive Book to a few CH readers. We've been fans of their artist series shirts from the beginning and the book showcases many...
Fraction Magazine: Issue 1
by Doug Black
Fraction is a new online photography publication. Started this month, it will be published bi-monthly featuring both new and established artists. The site's unobtrusive white design serves as a basic template that lets the photographs do the...
Everything is Fucked, Everything is Okay
Writers from across the globe talk the ups and downs of modern life in a new zine
by Graham Hiemstra
Responding to common feelings of being overwhelmed by our chaotic modern world, Everything is Fucked, Everything is Okay is a new print zine featuring writing from contributors based in NYC, London and Sydney. Assembled by hand by Brooklyn-based...