ILLUSTORIA Issue 5 Motion

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ILLUSTORIA Issue 5 Motion

14.00

AVAILABLE NOW!

The Motion Issue features an impressive roster of talent including Rad Women Worldwide creators Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl. In this issue we explore motion in all different forms: the movement of sea creatures at the aquarium, the gallop of horses, journeys into space and fantastical worlds, the capturing of motion through art and photography, and even the progressive, forward-movement of trailblazers and activists. Read comics about Henri Matisse, Madeleine L'Engle, and Eadweard Muybridge. Learn about the history of and alchemical properties of the color vermilion. Make Victorian-era thaumatropes (a simple paper-and-string animation toy), a flip-book, ice-cream in a bag, and enjoy so much more that will delight the senses in the form of comics, illustrated stories, book recommendations, a playlist and recipe, coloring pages, and activities. 

Cover art by Yuliya Gwilym.

Contributors include: Kate Schatz, Miraim Klein Stahl, Rufus Butler Seder, Mike Lowery, Lark Pien, Claire Astrow, Marlowe Dobbe, Martin Cendreda, Sofie Louise Dam, Lorraine Nam, Elizabeth Haidle, Alexis Joseph (Case for Making), Lindsay Stripling, Yuliya Gwilym, Paul duCoudray, Laurel Snyder, Michelle Ott, Maggie Wauklyn, Yuko Higuchi & Laurence King Publishing.

Many thanks to our issue 5 sponsors: Sakura of America & Case for Making.

Each issue features:

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

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

Age range: creative kids ages 6-12 & their grownups

 

 

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