Now that Issue No.2 is out, we’re going to publish a few extras on the blog that relate to the content in the print issue.
Issue No.2 includes the journal entries Kaia Chesney penned while spending a couple of months in Kenya. Kaia also gave us some of the photos she took during her time in Africa.
Here’s a look at the Tucson Grid Project 2.0 photography show from April. In this video, we hear from John Weatherford (the man with the TGP plan), Nate Edwards (who photographed Weariness), and the duo of Jenn Spohn and Sara Babler (who sought out images of Zest). Check out the photos and the buzz of people enjoying the photos at the show.
On Wednesday, April 29, Alisa Wilhelm took a photograph every fifteen minutes during the entirety of her marathon day of design classes at the University of Arizona. Here’s her photojournal:
I am usually rushed in the mornings. Class starts at 8:00 and I wake up at 7:15 (it takes exactly seven minutes to walk to the art building at UofA from my house). On this day my first class started an hour later than it normally does, so I had time to relax, make art and drink tea. It was splendid but went downhill from there.
In the morning I was shooting photos effortlessly, and they are the type that I always want to take but am never quite sure how. However, around 11:00am, I lost that touch. In the evening I tried to think back over the day and figure out what went wrong, and I think that other people’s demands on my time is what did it. Other people taking my time is really unavoidable, I suppose, unless I become a hermit, but you can tell that I’m an introvert by how drained I become by the end of the day.