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Friday, February 04, 2005

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As I mentioned back in December, I have a photograph in the new issue of Topic.

I finally got a printed copy in hand last night at their launch party, and I have to say I'm pretty happy. I studied printmaking in college, and I work in an Art Department helping to manage all of our printing. I release files, do color correction, OK press runs, spec paper, tweak mechanicals, etc. So I'm pretty fucking picky about this stuff.

It's hell on an artist waiting months to see a piece in print, but it's even worse when you know all too well what can go wrong on press. Topic's production department did a good job, and I'm appreciative.

Printing aside, everything else about the mag is on point. The issue's theme is Family, and the editors have assembled an impressive stable of contributors. In the section in which my piece resides alone, there are a lot of really talented people. Some of the more well known folks include: Tim Barber, KT Auleta, Jason Nocito and Glynnis McDaris.

All in all, I highly recommend that you pick up a copy. It can be found at a bunch of small bookstores, and at giant ones too (should you have to go that route).

Blogger Mick thought:

Congratulations! It must be hell waitng to see what someone has done to your work to suit their needs.

Are those bonobos on the cover?

February 4, 2005 at 5:24 PM - Comment Permalink  

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