Voilá, the latest issue of INTERFACES, internationally renowned journal of text and image. This issue focuses on format and the myriad ways writers, artists, sculptors, and photographers play with format to achieve their effects. Included is my extended essay and on-camera interview with Peter Sacks who began making the tiniest of images rendered with a Wite-Out brush, and ended up with wall-sized paintings. It is accompanied by multiple reproductions of his gorgeous works. Poet and Harvard professor, Sacks was inspired to pick up a paintbrush late in life and ended up an international success and in the collections of no less than the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Click on the link below and enjoy!
And check out The Writer’s Brush: Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture by Writers for more than 400 plates of artwork by great writers and the stories behind them.