The HAND Magazine

A Magazine For Reproduction-Based Art

Issue #6 Now In Stock!!

2014-10-09 18.31.37

Issue #6 is now in stock!

Get a limited edition print with your copy!

We’ve just picked up the copies of Issue #6 from the printer and they look marvelous!! They’re so glossy and shiny and beautiful- and with a nice weight to them as well.  Envelopes will be addressed this weekend (they’ll all be hand addressed with an ink tracing of Adam’s hand- of course) and get those to your mailbox ASAP. If you haven’t ordered already, we hope you will do so today!

Please also consider getting a copy of the limited edition printRenewal (actual print pictured below), by our friends Nicholas Naughton and Jordan Carr at La Cucaracha Press. It’s a 100% hand-made 5-color silkscreen. You can get a copy of the magazine AND your own unique print on our limited editions page on the website. Check out our other great prints for sale while your there.

This is such a great issue. We have four feature articles this time:
1) Our first interview!! With the one and only, Mr. Brady Wilks. We get Brady’s insight into his photo series, Soul of The Land, and talk about history, catharsis and people influential to his craft.
2) An article on Amy Rockett-Todd‘s unique wet plate constructions, now on view at TAC Gallery in Tulsa.
3) An article on the artist/ scientist collaborations by Matthew McLaughlin and his R&D Editions. A must-read for anyone interested in the intersection of art and science.
4) Several images from Shelly Forbis’ print exchange program, Damsel In The Press, based in Columbia, MO.

Plus many more printmaking and photographic images featuring a wide range of subject matter and processes. It’s sixty full-color pages of images and fascinating insights into the most innovative and unique contemporary print and photo work.We hope you enjoy this issue as much as we do. To quote Janet Jackson, “It’s all for you”.

Thanks! The HANDs-
Adam Finkelston and James Meara

Object image

Renewal print

Emboss on back

Emboss on back


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