AMELIA’S MAGAZINE celebrates 10 years of championing creativity in fashion and the arts with a one-off limited edition artists’ book and an exclusive series of A2 limited edition art prints with real gold leaf.
In order to assist funding the book, the publication has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise £12,000 to cover the costs of printing, paper, payment to artists, packaging and shipping. The campaign is offering rewards for pledges which include rare back issues, books, hand screen-printed t-shirts, postcards and of course the limited edition book and art prints. Amelia’s Magazine, established by Amelia Gregory in 2004, has long supported new artists and illustrators since it began and this book aims to bring contributors’ work to a large audience.
The artworks and writing for the book, which has the theme of That Which We Do Not Understand, have been found through an open brief on the magazine’s site, allowing contributions from artists worldwide.
The book and prints will be launched with a party and exhibition at the Tatty Devine shop in east London, in December and any remaining artworks will be for sale. A few copies of the book will be available online and in art bookshops, but most will be sold through the Kickstarter campaign.
by Caroline Simpson
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