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Published by:
Forrest Martin
Published:
11/29/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
40 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Art
Tags:
Alex Blagg, birds, Cats, dogs, elephants, Evan Gruzis, fiction, frogs, goldfish, Illustration, Justin Bond, non-fiction, Penguins, photography, William Hundley

Death #4 is animalistic. Mx Justin Vivian Bond's cat-looking chicken, Pearl, pens some words for us, and internet guru Alex Blagg answers our questions about death in the digital domain. Also in this issue: are penguins purposefully getting lost? Is it ethical to flush your son's frog and then swap it for a replacement? Are elephants the most funeral-loving animal? Should bird-like mothers involve their children in their suicidal narratives? Did Rudy Huxtable properly grieve Lamont Goldfish? William Hundley, Winston Chmielinski, Stephen Scott Smith, Sarah Shapiro, Brian Kenny and an animate slew of others complete the issue with their distinctive visions of dissolution. Corporeal cover sculpture and photo by Daniel Arsham.

Life is a relationship with fleetingness, and "Death" is a bi-annual magazine that speaks to this; a curated journal which asks writers and visual artists to address the topic however they wish, in whatever tone. What is it, and - if I care - why do I care?

  • Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"

    Print: $11.00 +

    Digital: Free!

  • Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"

    Print: $11.00 +

    Digital: Free!

  • Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"

    Print: $11.00 +

    Digital: Free!

Death: a magazine for the enthusiast and non-enthusiast alike: Animals


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