09.09.09 by Jeff

Pie

The second issue of New Zealand-based Pie just landed on my doorstep and it is fantastic! I am loving this influx of art-related newsprint publications.

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pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine

pie paper new zealand repetition art magazine













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • extra special thanks to Pie for stickin’ the Booooooom logo in there

    • cheers for loving and posting!

  • Now this newspaper I would not just fold up and leave on the train. Very nice!

  • Nice! There is something madly compelling about a print object, for sure. I do think it enhances the experience of reading to have a physical thing to touch and smell and all that.

  • Chloe

    Just went and bought this issue. Super excited for it to arrive!

  • devor1

    greatone!!!! is there any other artpapers(I mean format like this), or it is uniq?





28.06.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Jeff Ostberg

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Jeff Östberg is a Swedish illustrator currently living and working in Stockholm. More images below.

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Illustrator Spotlight: Anabel Colazo

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Loooove Anabel Colazo’s work! Valencia, Spain. More images below.

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Illustrator Spotlight: Paul Paetzel

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A selection of work by Berlin-based illustrator Paul Paetzel. More images below.

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27.06.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Mike Lee

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Drawings by artist Mike Lee. More images below.

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27.06.16 by Staff

Meticulously Embroidered Cubes by Artist Richard McVetis

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London-based artist Richard McVetis painstakingly hand-stitches intricate patterns of dots and crosses onto wool cubes in an effort to turn the passage of time into something that can be seen and touched. More images from “In Pursuit of Time” below.

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