Articles In Print

  • Sally Tran + Print All Over Me’s Jesse Finkelstein

    Fashion designer, turned filmmaker, Sally Tran’s latest project is a music video for Afro-Pop band Fool’s Gold. The project generated an enormous number of awesome patterns, so Grand Quarterly and Sally partnered with Print All Over Me to create an exclusive line of clothing, which will debut this fall. Sally…

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  • Illustrating Around the World with Sutu

    Australian artist Sutu was recently in New York City to attend Comic Con with Ghost Robot and The Gatecrashers. While here, he and writer Zach Mortensen sat down to discuss Sutu’s propensity for travel and working on the road.

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  • Joey Garfield vs The Sucklord

    I said “OK” instead of saying “Fuck you Star wars is an important part of my frame of reference and informs my work and maybe this particular application of Star Wars is not very good but this is what my shit is about.”

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  • Kangorilla

    There comes a point in every great warrior’s life when he must go out into the world to learn from the best of the best. For Kangorilla that means a trip to Earth, where he intended to meet Jerry Daye, the Pentagon’s top level, super-under-cover, intergalactic envoy and warrior specialist.

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  • Good vs Evil

    This original artwork by Sutu is embedded with a layer of augmented reality. To experience the full power of this image, go to the APP Store on your iOS Device and download the free “Polaxis” APP. Launch the APP, then point your device’s camera at this page and watch inter-dimensional…

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  • Heems // Manza

    Yogi, Actor, Spiritual Being, Paul Manza has this email exchange with Yogi, Rapper, Spiritual Being, Himanshu Suri, AKA Heems.

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  • Thoughts on The Future

    John Malta illustrates future predictions by three luminaries who appear in the feature film Creative Control, to give us their predictions on the future.

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  • Future Camera

    Cinematographer Adam Newport-Berra discusses his collaboration with Benjamin Dickinson on the near-future, scifi satire, “Creative Control.”

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