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Fish ship — a silly illo by Ian Gunn

Fish ship — a silly illo by Ian Gunn

Why do space ships look the way they do? Largely because of artists and authors using their imaginations. What if fish built a spaceship? They’re built in an aerodynamic form so a fish ship would be the most logical planet-to-space […]

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Fish ship — a silly illo by Ian Gunn

Fish ship — a silly illo by Ian Gunn

Why do space ships look the way they do? Largely because of artists and authors using their imaginations. What if fish built a spaceship? They’re built in an aerodynamic form so a fish ship would be the most logical planet-to-space […]

Accessorize!

Accessorize this!

In 2005 I was horrified by a photograph of two young women wearing civilian clothing, walking down a street in Jerusalem, both carrying automatic guns as casually as if they were handbags. That photograph inspired this textile art,  Accessorize! I hand-painted […]

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items received for May

2015-05: May in review

This post lists Dark Matter Zine‘s May posts: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. Items received Items received during the month of May (mostly the […]

Items received for April in review

2015-04: April in review

This post lists Dark Matter Zine‘s April posts: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. It’s late because I’ve had the fortnight from hell with […]

items received

2015-03: March in review

This post is Dark Matter Zine‘s March in review: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. Cheers. Items received In the interests of disclosure, here’s […]