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James Jean

Coming this July, it’s the 48th volume of Hi-Fructose!
This issue’s features include: the ceramic sculptures of Katherine Morling, the noir paintings of Troy Brooks, the paintings of Aylin Zaptçioglu, the geometric utopian world of Tishk Barzanji. Then we discover the rolled newspaper sculptures of animals by Hitotsuyama Studio, and then we get a history of industrial art pioneers Survival Research Laboratories, followed by the awkwardly humourous paintings of Jang Koal, the sculptures of Samuel Salcedo, and the surreal paintings of Bruno Pontiroli and Lola Gil. Plus a special 16-page glossy insert section dedicated to the recent paintings and stain glass work of this volume’s cover artist James Jean!

Pre-order a copy of the issue here, and you can subscribe to Hi-Fructose here in the U.S. and in Canada here.

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Joan Cornellà

It’s the 47th volume of Hi-Fructose! The April volume of Hi-Fructose features include:
The strange world of Graham Yarrington, the controversial painted comics of Joan Cornellà, the cardboard installations of Dosshaus, the hip-hop infused paintings of Ken Flewellyn, the block prints of Roman Klonek. We take off the mask of Miss Meatface, garden at night with painter Adrian Cox, go into the lair of Wolfbat, rediscover the paintings of Esao Andrews. Plus: a special, 16-page glossy insert section dedicated to the paintings of Erik Jones, and a review of Skinner’s pop-up tribute to H.P. Lovecraft. Edited by Annie Owens and Attaboy. Pre-order the issue here. Subscribe to Hi-Fructose today and receive an exclusive Ghoul freshener by Craig Gleason! Subscribe in the U.S. here, and subscribe in Canada here.

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Young Chun

It’s the 46th volume of Hi-Fructose!

Featured in this issue are …
Craig Gleason‘s drawings of Bad Guys, the badass quilts of Ben Venom, the super saccharine starlet paintings of cover artist Young Chun, the art and murals of Koralie, Ryan Heshka‘s Mean Girls Club, the distorted and demented baby sculptures of Johnson Tsang, the surreal paintings of Horacio Quiroz, and the outstanding drawings of Sverre Malling. Plus multi-page reviews of the new monograph by Todd Schorr and Ernst Haekel.

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Erik Mark Sandberg

The 45th volume of Hi-Fructose arrives October 2017! Pre-order the issue here, or you can also subscribe to Hi-Fructose here. The issue features a special silver foil-stamped cover feature by Erik Mark Sandberg.

Featured in this issue are the sculptures of Tina Yu, “Turn the Page” at the Crocker Art Museum, psychedelic illustrations of Bang Sangho, the delectable sculptures of Roni Landa, silk painter Akika Kurata, James Marshall (aka DALEK), the ferocious paintings of Hannah Faith Yata, the hand-stitched bodegas of Lucy Sparrow, the drawings of Miles Johnston, and a review of visionary director Alejandro Jodorowsky‘s latest film.

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Jeremy Geddes

The 44th volume of Hi-Fructose will be here in July 2017! Pre-order the issue here, or you can also subscribe to Hi-Fructose here.

Our next print issue, Hi-Fructose Vol. 44, features a a wrap-around cover with art by Jeremy Geddes. Featured in this issue are: The hyper-realistic natural anomalies of Lisa Ericson, the climactic monster paintings of Mu Pan, the mysterious drawings of Amandine Urruty, the paintings of Laura Berger, “Sick Girl”, the world of artist Mab Graves, Joey Colombo‘s currency cut-ups, comix artist Benjamin Constantine, the beautiful paintings of Vira Yakymchuck, Paolo Del Toro‘s enormous felted sculptures, Michael Reeder‘s murals and paintings, and a film review of Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back.

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Okuda San Miguel

The 43rd volume of Hi-Fructose will be here in April 2017! Pre-order the issue here. You can also subscribe to Hi-Fructose here.

Featured in this issue is: the paintings and sculptures of Okuda, a multi-page feature on the “War Toys” series of photographs by Brian McCarty, the architecture-inspired illustrations of Eric Wong, David Henry Nobody, Jr., an exhibitionist of the highest order in disguise, David Moreno who seems to draw lines of his house sculptures with wire instead of pencil, embroiderist Michelle Kingdom, the dynamic paintings of Hueman, the nature-infused sculptures of Kim Simonsson’s sculptures, plus multi-page reviews on new books from Junko Mizuno and Chuck Sperry. And a special 16-page sketchbook section on the art of Matt Gordon!