ILLUSTORIA Issue 2 Canvas

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ILLUSTORIA Issue 2 Canvas

14.00

The Canvas Issue takes readers into the world of canvas as a medium to paint on, as a fabric to use for practical and artistic purposes, and as a blank slate to build upon. Issue 2 showcases master storyteller Hervé Tullet and his philosophy on making art with children; an interview with Tony DiTerlizzi on his inspiration for the fantastical characters and creatures in The Spiderwick Chronicles; a comic on Georgia O’Keefe and her revelations in the desert by Todd Webb; an article on pioneering artists who thought “Beyond the Canvas” by our very own art director Elizabeth Haidle; an illustrated story on the Mother of Modern Dance, Martha Graham, by Laurel Snyder and Marlowe Dobbe; a look at the material canvas by Matt Dick of Small Trade Company; plus activities, crafts, a recipe, and inspiration to keep your creative kids and their grownups reading, writing, drawing, discovering, coloring and creating.

Issue 2 features: 

Herve Tullet, Tony DiTerlizzi, Laurel Snyder, Todd Webb, Marnie Thomas, Matt Dick / Small Trade Company, Julia Breckenreid, Jon Stich, Docu-Comix, Martin Cendreda, Laura Junger, Evalyn Robillard, Lindsay Stripling, Marlowe Dobbe, Kiri Mah, Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, Claire Astrow, Stephan Britt, Rachel Garrison, Anna O'Connell, Liz Conley, and Clark Jackson. 

Includes:

  • the creative original work of dozens of contributors (artists, storytellers, performers, makers)
  • quality DIY activities for kids
  • music & book reviews
  • a recipe
  • high-quality, recycled paper stock & soy-based inks
  • a fun way to engage across generations
  • zero ads

Specs: full-color, 64 pages + matte cover stock, 8.5" x 10.5" (portrait)

Age range: 6-12 and the young at heart

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