PLASTIKCOMB MAGAZINE 1.0 – A Beautiful Mess
In the States, when it was picture day, you were handed a plastic comb, in which your current hairdo was styled to make you look “presentable,” and more than often you ended up looking like a completely different person. Like collage, you take an image, and make it something else, or perhaps give it a new purpose or meaning. PLASTIKCOMB—a metaphor for collage.
Starting with “PLASTIKCOMB MAGAZINE 1.0 – A Beautiful Mess,” PCM is a biannual, analog art publication that pays homage to the great magazines of the past, containing editorial content in a chaotic, abstract style.
“Digital is Dead,” says Dusty, the magazine’s intuitive mascot.
Aaron Beebe, Thomas Schostok
21 × 27 cm