Some months ago I was contacted by Sia Corrina, the editor of a free, online magazine entitled "Serendipity" and asked if I would contribute to her "Apocalyptic Art" edition, Winter 2011. Of course, I agreed, but somewhere along the line then forgot that the article had been written, that the magazine was published and that I had work in it, along with two other Crafthaus artists, Francesca Gabrielli and Rickson Jewellery, so here is a quick catch-up review, with apologies.

The magazine itself is interesting - let down somewhat by the layout and typography - covering all aspects of creativity, including, interviews, features, guides and even recipes. The hosting site, Yudu, is not easy to navigate and the search facility is terrible: it may even be the format of the website which has somewhat conditioned the typography and layout of the publication.

The Apocalyptic Art issue can be seen here:

 

Click to view the full digital publication online
Read Serendipity Magazine - Apocalyptic Art Volume I Issue 3

 

And the other issues can be found on Sia Corrina's profile page here.

Well worth spending some time going through these.

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