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The September Issue

The beautiful.bizarre September issue arrived yesterday, and I immediately began styling and rearranging artifacts from the studio to capture this photo.
I'm very proud of our diligent team. We invest a lot of time and effort, dedicating ourselves to every page and online article in order to produce a high quality magazine for art enthusiasts to enjoy and collect. The result of this commitment and perseverance is that it becomes a piece of art in itself, one even more beautiful than the last

Bonus: It's an honor to have my piece on Dilka Bear published in this issue... plus it was fun interviewing her in the process. 
The September issue, featuring Lostfish as the cover artist, is available in print and digital download, so please help support our magazine by ordering a copy. You'll love it, I promise! 



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