Hal Hirshorn makes 21st century photographs using 19th century materials and methods. Specifically, salt prints, a technique invented by William Henry Fox Talbot in 1841. The intention however is not to recreate period facsi...
J. D. King
"Prime Directive," an illustration by JD King, the cover of Sensitive Skin #9.
Shortly before his death, Philip K. Dick has what can only be described as a religious experience, which he described in, among other places, his novel Valis. In Weirdo #17, R. Crumb adapted Dick's story.
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In the 1980s, through the early ’90s, I spent an awful lot of time travelling. Or maybe not travelling so much as running away. I was running away from this guy, this crazy guy who wanted to kill me. Finally, I realize...
Another Green World, a painting by Justine Frischmann, from the back cover of Sensitive Skin #8.
The term "social sculpture" is most readily identified with the German conceptual artist Josef Beuys, who has said: “an enlarged understanding of art could work and could break through the borders of isolation which th...
They, a comic written and drawn by James Romberger, from Sensitive Skin Number 8.
If our world is composed of overlapping stimuli which create constant sensory overload, then why should visual art limit itself to any one discipline such as painting, sculpture, print, video or computerized digital ima...
In my work, the theme of skin and its impermanence has always been a constant -- starting from the use of wax in painting, to create a textural body, which then emerged from the canvas to the elastic skin of a model I ...
Two photographs from Danny Kolm, "Smokestacks" and "For Rent."