Half Empty 1
In celebration of five years as the internationally respected web 'zine half empty has become print! Focusing on emerging styles in visual art & design, each issue features interviews with the unique voices of up-and-coming
visual and media artists & designers, plus raw, personal works of art
created specially for the publication. It is edited by halfempty.com
co-founder, Marty Spellerberg.
Half Empty is printed as a broadsheet newspaper with two sections: one of features and one of original art. It comes bagged with a selection of 15-20 stickers colleted from around the world.
Table of Contents:
ART IN RETAIL: Curators Sebastien Agneessens, of the Diesel Denim Gallery in New York and Jeremy Bailey, of the Nike Presto Showroom in Toronto, discuss how to fold Art into Branding.
REPREZENTIN': Starring a cast of first-time actors, RepREZentin' In Moccasin Flats screens at Sundance. Jen Podemski gives aboriginal youth a voice on television.
DO YOU IKUCHIKU? Illustrator Ilan Katin combines Israeli and American heritage with Asian influences. Interview by Brazilian artist Cisma.
MUMBLE POP: Kinya Hanada (aka Mumbleboy), bridges gap between American and Japanese pop-cultures. Interview by Ilan Katin.
THE OLYNDIAN GAMES: Diesel Spring/Summer 2003 Collection, Illustrations by Jon Burgerman.
CAFETERIA GOODS: New York-based Pablo Medina uses his unique typography to express his take on culture. Interview by Gillian Macleod.
MURALS by Matt Hollister
COLUMNS (original art) by:
Karen Ingram & Sarah Ancalmo
Neasden Control Centre
James Paterson (Presstube)
Geoff Lillemon (Oculart)
Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" (inches)