Born in Turhal, Turkey in 1982, and currently residing in Istanbul, Yener Torun’s photographs showcase the lesser-known buildings and side-streets … Read More
Sandi Falconer‘s irreverent and humourous prints are a delight to behold. Working out of Gravenhurst, Ontario, Sandi’s apparel and stationary … Read More
A graphic designer and artist who hails from Edmonton, Alberta, Issue 80 artist Vikki Wiercinski is a master of bold linework … Read More
Emily Haasch, is a collage artist and designer residing in San Francisco with roots in object design. The winner of our … Read More
Designer Sam Dubeau knows a lot about life as a creative individual, and what it takes to achieve a work/life balance. Get to know her better here.
Adam Sol is a poet, Trillium Book Award winner, and the Canadian Juror for the 2016 Griffin Poetry Prize. Adam’s poetry … Read More
Reflecting on the most recent issue of Papirmass, which tells the stories of a couple who loses a child and … Read More
We go beach bumming with photographer Sarah Bodri as she reflects the photographer’s gaze back on the viewer. Read our interview here.
The humorous and unusual format of Andy McGuire’s poetry graces our next issue. Read his lists and learn more about his list poems, here.
Meet Chad Kouri, a Chicago-based artist who effortlessly works across multiple mediums, including design, collage, sculpture, installation, and print.
Kirsten McCrea gives a slightly unconventional interview about patterning, jelly, bad books and what’s up next with her obsession with pattern.
Larissa Diakiw is a multi-talented writer and installation artist from Toronto. She has travelled widely, including cycling from Rome to … Read More
Kirsten McCrea is a Toronto-based artist obsessed with pattern, bright colours, and accessible experiences. See some of her artwork here.
Juan Chavarria Jr. is an illustrator and designer hailing from San Diego, whose works are a captivating meld of the natural and the mythical.
Issue 64 artist, David Fullarton, talks to us about his Apology Series, pakoras and accomplishing things with your non-dominant hand. Read more here.
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