Featuring the poetry of Grace Vajda, Amy King, Catherine Daly and a.rawlings, with an illustration by Raquel Salomon.

If you want a wallet to match your FOURSQUARE you can get it at Etsy.


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5 Responses to FOURSQUARE 1.8

  1. SM Smith says:

    It’s gorgeous. I’m excited!

  2. Jessica Smith says:

    thanks! 🙂 my dad doesn’t like the abstract fabric design, but i feel like it’s cleansing after december’s cuteness.

    i am also enjoying the angsty teen-zine cover illustration. it’s fun to mess with the “zine” genre (as opposed to the “little mag” which is somewhat respectable/masculine, the “zine” is like… emotional, feminine, self-produced… what can one do with that? etc.)

  3. jess says:

    I love it. It’s like you’re launching a new mag every month.

  4. Jessica Smith says:

    you guys are so sweet.

  5. SM Smith says:

    So, this is totally a belated response. But, I’m consoling myself with the idea that some things are definately better late than never.

    Dad’s can be like that. One of the things I love about FOURSQUARE is that the fabric does change with the book. My mom’s a quilter so fabric aesthetics were always present in my home. I can see where you have fun with the zine “culture” so to speak. Yes, it does seem more emotional, which means the the teen-zine cover this time around is more than appropriate. : )

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