UPPERCASE MAGAZINE's FOXES

Issue five
Spring 2010

Gracia Haby & Louise Jenniosn, Seated atop Kandinsky's chair, the unexpected could be sighted with ease, 2010, collage

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, The Spanish mirror had a habit of distorting one's reflection for the betterment of all, 2010, collage

Two collaborative fox collages created especially for and published in Uppercase magazine, Issue five's fox issue. Our fox confidante featured is a Central European Red fox (Vulpes vulpes crucigera), and we have given him props from the history of art for his patience. Both of these fox collages also featured in our zine Several foxes enfolded, 2010.

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
Seated atop Kandinsky's chair, the unexpected could be sighted with ease
and
The Spanish mirror had a habit of distorting one's reflection for the betterment of all
Uppercase magazine
Issue five, Spring 2010

 
 

UPPERCASE MAGAZINE's POSTCARDS

Issue two
Summer 2009

A selection of recent postcard collages are featured in Uppercase magazine (Calgary, Canada) to launch their own Postcard Project.

Gracia Haby shares these fine examples of her creative postcard artwork. To see more of Gracia's work, go to her blog. Follow the progression of the Postcard Project on our website.

Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison make all sorts of things, usually out of paper. They often collaborate, though one favours collage and the other favours watercolour. From limited edition artists' books to prints, zines, postcard collages and other small projects, their curious items are created from their home-based studio in Melbourne, Australia.
 

 
 
Uppercase magazine, Issue five, Spring, 2010

Uppercase magazine, Issue five, Spring, 2010

Uppercase magazine, Issue two, Summer, 2009

Uppercase magazine, Issue two, Summer, 2009

 
Uppercase publishes books and magazines for the creative and curious: products that spark the imagination and inspire creativity. Our eponymous magazine, now in its fourth year, is loved by readers around the world and has been recognized for its design excellence. Our books profile up-and-coming artists or explore emerging trends in design and creativity.
(Uppercase magazine)