Long overdue and featuring the wonderful work of in the inestimable Ginny Cook and Julie Shafer, Public Display #5 is here, yours for the taking, as either a full-res pdf (145mb) or at 72dpi for a faster download. There’s a kind of aesthetic overlap of fixating, graceful refusal here that I think makes this one maybe the best one yet; I hope you enjoy it. Sample images below the download links.
And right on the heels of new issues of Public Display comes a new issue of Public Access, featuring the work of writers Rob Halpern and Joe Milazzo. Enjoy! (FYI the pdf is 300dpi, i.e. print resolution, so that you can see the text well, but it might take a bit of time to download.)
Apologies for the long wait, folks, for everyone involved, but I have two amazing new issues of Public Display for you, an issue featuring Amir Zaki and Jon Horvath (#3) and an issue featuring Zoe Crosher and Calvin Lee (#4). Download links plus some sample images are below. Enjoy!
And after a bit of silence too complicated to get into but entirely justifiable, we have the newest Public Display, #2, featuring work by Uta Barth and Kate Johnson. See some examples below the links to download either the full-res 300dpi version or the low-res smaller file size 72dpi version. And now that we’re lurching into fall things should start out rolling faster with both Public Access and Public Display; the next issue of Public Access, #6, will feature Rob Halpern and Joe Milazzo and will be out by the end of the month.
At long last and after a hard-to-explain-much-less-justify delay, here you have before you the magnificent Public Access #5, featuring work by the amazing Vanessa Place and the stupendous Danielle Adair. I’m honored that both writers would grace me with writing for my little magazine and I think it’s the best one yet. Enjoy.
And now here we have the counterpart of the literary magazine, Public Display, devoted to art (mostly photography because it’s the best art) and in this debut issue featuring the work of LA-based Siri Kaur and Chicago-based Lauren Edwards. Below is the link and some samples of images; the next issue, in mid-May, will feature the work of Uta Barth and Kate Johnson.
There are two versions: the massive 100-mb full-resolution copy and the 9mb low-res copy, yours for the choosing. Enjoy!
After some delays traceable entirely to confusion and overextension on my part, I have the new issue of Public Access for you, featuring the excellent writers Parick Durgin and Erika Staiti. There’s a lot of fluidity going on in the texts, fluidity of gender and the body and of commerce and politics and I tried to reflect that in the design. Enjoy! Right-click-save-as the text below: