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FOUNDATIONS Issue 5

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FOUNDATIONS Issue 5

15.00

128 color pages.

Free shipping in the US. 

$2 of every issue sold will be donated to ProPublica!

At the outset of curating Issue 5, we reflected on the current state of the world; how we could best contribute to the present, while adhering to the voice and mission that has defined FOUNDATIONS from the beginning. Much was discussed about doing a political issue, or an issue on protest as it manifests in contemporary culture. In our talk of the mess of global politics, we agreed that now more than ever our voices as individuals and groups are important tools in the fight against prejudice and oppression, yet now more than ever it’s important to not lose sight of the moments that make life worth living. This is how we arrived at The Comedy Issue. Comedy is a potent method of expression, nuance, and subversion. It functions across both the simple and captivating, the immeasurable and complex. As a discursive mode, it has seeped into nearly every aspect of modern life. Throughout this issue you will find expressions and evocations of comedy as it relates to life and the human condition—from swift comedic observations to dark reflections on the humor of sorrow and loss. As always, we hope you are left inspired, or at the very least, this issue brings a laugh or two to your day.

 

FOUNDATIONS Issue 5: The Comedy Issue includes: Meriem Bennani, Walter Scott, Timo Fahler, Casey Jane Ellison, Stephaine Hier,
Alexander Nowak, Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell, Tristin Lowe, Mario Ayala, Brad Phillips, Amanda Martin Katz, Susumu Kamijo, Manal Abu-Shaheen, Calvin Atwood, Aryana Hessami, Lara Schoorl, Simone Krug, Christina Catherine Martinez, Bailey Sheehan, Brontez Purnell, Andrew Berardini, Sean J Patrick Carney, Gregg Turkington, Megan Koester, and Kevin Riggin.

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128 color pages.

Free shipping in the US. 

$2 of every issue sold will be donated to ProPublica!

At the outset of curating Issue 5, we reflected on the current state of the world; how we could best contribute to the present, while adhering to the voice and mission that has defined FOUNDATIONS from the beginning. Much was discussed about doing a political issue, or an issue on protest as it manifests in contemporary culture. In our talk of the mess of global politics, we agreed that now more than ever our voices as individuals and groups are important tools in the fight against prejudice and oppression, yet now more than ever it’s important to not lose sight of the moments that make life worth living. This is how we arrived at The Comedy Issue. Comedy is a potent method of expression, nuance, and subversion. It functions across both the simple and captivating, the immeasurable and complex. As a discursive mode, it has seeped into nearly every aspect of modern life. Throughout this issue you will find expressions and evocations of comedy as it relates to life and the human condition—from swift comedic observations to dark reflections on the humor of sorrow and loss. As always, we hope you are left inspired, or at the very least, this issue brings a laugh or two to your day.

 

FOUNDATIONS Issue 5: The Comedy Issue includes: Meriem Bennani, Walter Scott, Timo Fahler, Casey Jane Ellison, Stephaine Hier,
Alexander Nowak, Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell, Tristin Lowe, Mario Ayala, Brad Phillips, Amanda Martin Katz, Susumu Kamijo, Manal Abu-Shaheen, Calvin Atwood, Aryana Hessami, Lara Schoorl, Simone Krug, Christina Catherine Martinez, Bailey Sheehan, Brontez Purnell, Andrew Berardini, Sean J Patrick Carney, Gregg Turkington, Megan Koester, and Kevin Riggin.