Lana Crooks' Sculptural Specimens at "All That Remains"
We are in the midst of a season for bewilderment and succumbing to the bizarre (meaning Halloween, though, we suppose the election qualifies, as well). With that in mind, it's quite easy to be taken by the sculptural treasures of artist Lana Crooks...
Etkie Jewelry: Investing in Women
by Madison Kahn Buying a piece of jewelry is rarely a philanthropic endeavor, but Etkie is changing that. The new social enterprise partners with Native American women artisans in New Mexico to sell beautiful beaded bracelets at fair prices. In...
Sundance 2014: Drunktown's Finest
While "Drunktown's Finest" was developed over six years of writing and a year of production and post, the creative expansion and the hurdles it leaped over en route to the 2014 Sundance Film Festival tell a greater story. The film itself—a stouthearted...
Green Chile Bible
Spice up the holidays with this chile-crazed cookbook from the Albuquerque Tribune, which brings together 200 prize-winning recipes from real New Mexican kitchens. Originally published back in 1993, the authentic family dishes represented all feature...
Fraction Magazine: Issue 1
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...
This unusual work is made by Jared Tarbell, an artist and programmer from Albuquerque New Mexico. These graphics are all created through computer programs he creates. He says "With an algorithmic goal in mind, I manipulate the work by finely crafting...