HI FRUCTOSE: Vol. 55
"Our job is to curate a publication filled with the art and artists that we feel stimulate the kind of discussions we want to have," writes Hi-Fructose's editorial board. This issue contains some of their best content yet, including a feature about the cultural significance of Bob Ross and an article about the big-eyed children of illustrator Yoshitomo Nara. You'll also discover wonders such as Daisy Collingridge's voluptuous human bodies made of fabric, Attaboy's metamorphic rock paintings, Beth Cavener's sculptures of eerily humanlike wild animals, Oscar Oiwa's dream-like painted landscapes that you literally step into, and Jackie Sandelands-Strom's lifelike portraits of remarkable hands.
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