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How Do You Feel?


Vanessa Lemen

In some different conversations recently, I’ve been talking with friends about what we’re working on and what to create when we’re feeling all kinds of different feelings and not really knowing how to express those feelings. The first thing I personally tend to gravitate towards is to get out of my head about those things and allow myself to feel them in the art-making itself. I like to use a creative session to purge and…

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Inspiration : Absolution


Dan dos Santos

July 17, 2024 - James Vandermeer, the Author of the highly successful novel 'Annihilation', recently announced a surprise fourth novel in the book series. The series, which one might categorize as 'biological horror', has garnered a lot of attention since it's Hollywood adaptation staring Natalie Portman. With the release of the new novel, and subsequently new cover art, the publisher decided to also re-release the previous 3 books in a hardcover edition featuring all new cover art as well. James Vandermeer's books have always had unusually stellar covers in my opinion, but this for whatever reason, I particularly love these new ones. They evoke a sense of nature, but distorted into an odd mix of beauty and horror. A perfectly apt representation of the novels themselves. The cover artist/designer is Pablo Declan, a graduate of the School of Visual…

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