DG #23: On the cover
Our new issue has been out for a couple of weeks now and we’re more than a little bit pleased with its cover. Dishonest was created by Scott Albrecht, a Brooklyn-based artist who works across collage, sculpture, hand-drawn typography, zines, street art and even furniture.
Dishonest is part of a series in which each work represents a personality trait or characteristic, using the hand as a canvas. “We’re in a time of scary defining moments,” he told us. “Continued racial prejudice, Brexit, North Korean aggression, a potential Trump election. And at the centre of these things are people dealing with those situations. Finding a way to cope or understand has always inspired me.”
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