“100 Days of Summer” by poet and photographer Steve Lautermilch graces the cover of Cimarron Review‘s Fall 2014 issue. Images of summer are the perfect antidote to these remaining 100 days of winter.
Because this cover made me look twice and then keep looking to really get the full sense of the image, Fourteen Hills 20.1-2015 makes the post. “Don Pepe” by Camilo Restrepo from the series Los Caprichos (2014) is ink, water-soluble wax pastel, tape, glue, newspaper clippings and saliva on paper. Yup. Saliva.
From the online magazine, Cahoodaloodaling: “Our cover artist, Jenny Schukin, is a 20-year-old artist, born in Moscow, Russia, and currently residing in Israel. Mainly inspired by nature, mythology, and folk-tales, Jenny enjoys surreal, fantasy and animal themed artwork. Her preferred media is traditional and her tools of choice are watercolors, inks, and pencils. Jenny’s plans for the near future include attending an art academy in the field of illustration.” In a word: Gorgeous. More of her work is featured in the online issue.