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Undercover doodler: Mai Stewart

Undercover doodler: Mai Stewart

Mai Stewart (@maidoodles) calls herself an undercover doodler. A fourth-year med student living in Philadelphia, Stewart spends most of her time preparing for her career as a doctor. But when she’s not studying or on clinical rotations, she’s doodling. The...
Offprint London: print isn’t dead

Offprint London: print isn’t dead

On the weekend last May, Offprint London – an art publishing fair that takes place on a locative circuit between London and Paris – took the reigns of the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall for its fourth edition. After filling the Tate’s notoriously grandeur walls with...
Cara Livermore on creating Chickpea magazine

Cara Livermore on creating Chickpea magazine

In a world where finding a recipe is as easy as typing “vegan cheesecake” into a search bar, Cara Livermore has created something slow and intentional. Her quarterly digital and print publication, Chickpea Magazine, celebrates vegan home cooking with recipes and...
Brandon Johnson’s Chicago gang business cards

Brandon Johnson’s Chicago gang business cards

Brandon Johnson’s latest project Thee Almighty & Insane: Chicago Gang Business Cards from the 1970s & 1980s hearkens back to a pre-digital era where gang members printed actual business cards with their symbols, nicknames, territories, and enemies as a...
Denny Renshaw’s photographs of Tokyo Roller-Zoku

Denny Renshaw’s photographs of Tokyo Roller-Zoku

LIKE MANY GREAT PHOTOGRAPHERS, Denny Renshaw seems to often find himself in the right place at the right time. I spoke to him from his New York City studio about his career as a photographer and his fantastic series on Tokyo Roller-Zoku. Sixtysix: Tell me about the...