Beaten to a pulp and then some, our heroine Beatrix Kiddo, AKA (and rightfully so) Black Mamba, sought her roaring rampage of revenge in two volumes, ten chapters and a neatly crossed-off death list of five.
As you may have realized by now, we like to keep busy. Between quarterly print magazines, we like to offer our latest obsessions in relevant arts and culture in the form of what we like to call a collaborative mini-mag.
Working predominately with digitally printed knits, Nicole DiVito sketches and illustrates the things that stand out to her the most - mold, rats, empty beer bottles, used bed sheets, bed bugs, mattresses - in order to create detailed and seriously awesome textiles for her conceptual fashion pieces.
Using a strikingly simple color palette and pairing the inclusive black and white with vital colorful details, Rachel Levit plays with faces and emotions often coupling unmoved faces with telling props—a realm of personal understanding built on great awareness and skill.
We first met Roz and the Rice Cakes back in early April at this totally awesome, scuzzy loft show in Boston where the Providence-based three piece laid down an electric set of mesmerizing and uncategorizable compositions, and instantly made us faun over their energetic new album, Need to Feed.