|Uppercase & Papier Mache magazines|
|Zoé de las Cases in Papier Mache|
|Les Zigouis featured in Papier Mache magazine|
|It's Kristin's (KLTworks) photography in Uppercase Magazine!|
|Irma Gruenholz's miniature sculptures...|
Today I wanted to share these 2 gorgeous magazines with you that I received in the mail. The quality of both of these is such that you will *not* tear them apart for tear sheets nor will you put them in the recycling bin. The paper stock is deliciously thick and inside, the treasures you'll find!
The first magazine is Papier Mache! And it's an issue I won via a contest held over at the incredibly creative blog of Deborah's Kickcan & Conkers. There is inspiration & originality abound over at K&C! Things you never see on other blogs and rarely rehashed, which is what I love most. I'm a big fan of Papier Mache online and when I heard they were going in print, well, didn't we all go a little ga-ga? The print version of the magazine is incredible. It's a gorgeous hard copy compliment to the online interactive version. The photography, the subject matter, the clothing, it's all beautiful. My favorite in this print issue is reading (and re-reading) about Zoe de las Cases. Issue 6 is online now!
The second magazine I received in the mail is from the always lovely and insanely creative Kristin from KLTworks! No, I didn't win anything but she knows I'm a certified mag-hag and after having told her I had not yet seen Uppercase magazine (except online), she sent a copy to me! How sweet is that?
Now this is a collector's item! This print bound magazine is printed on thick stock, uncoated. Makes it feel amazing in your hands. The colours are so rich and honestly? When I first turned the pages, I had to put it down again because I became overwhelmed with so much creativity. I can't tell you which part of the magazine is my favorite because there is too much to love! What did catch my eye were the miniature sculptures of Irma Gruenholz and the dollhouses featured on pg 79 of the magazine. This Uppercase issue also came with tons of printed letterpress goodies! Some of which I framed and put up in the house (see here).
You can order your printed version of Papier Mache here: papier-mache.com.au/shop
For more wondrous creative inspiration, head on over to Kickcan & Conkers and KLTworks Sketchbook blog!