Don’t Miss Out On : ATOMICA Magazine
January has proven to be quite the exhausting (and exciting) month!
Various projects and surprise encounters have swallowed my time like a frat boy chugs booze, and I’m left wondering where I am and how I got here.
To make up for my absence, I’d like to present you with the first of my 2011 confessions: after some heavy thinking, I recently submitted a text for the premier issue of a new urban culture mag called ATOMICA.
The editor-in-chief, Kelsea Kosko, graciously decided to use the piece, and that is how I came to author my very first epilogue.
If you’d like to check out what I wrote or (more importantly) the entirety of the magazine, you’re in luck: an online version of the first issue, OMEN, is available to peruse, free of cost! A print version is also available for sale and distribution internationally.
Here’s a description and a link to the site!
OMEN is the Jan/Feb 2011 issue of Atomica. Our first-ever issue is packed with ominous editorials, fortuitous music playlists, sketchy style guides, and articles concerning the resurrection of analog photography. READ ISSUE HERE
The zine was completed by a team of amazing stylists and incredibly talented photographers, and I feel extremely honored and humbled to have my work featured next to such creative minds.
Honestly, the issue turned out fucking great. Cheers to you, Kelsea! :)
Your (incredulous) Kitty