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The Story of Boy & Terrence Marmalade

The Story of Boy & Terrence Marmalade

Interview conducted and written by Corissa Poley This is the first in the Queries Quintus series with WHALE; interviews with artists and writers containing five (quintus, in Latin) basic conversational queries. Our very first guest is none other than the talented illustrator and animator Vince Mascoli, of Portland, OR. Vince has been drawing since he...
**Stuff We Love: Cinemagram

**Stuff We Love: Cinemagram

By Sarah Caouette Have you ever had that dream where time stops and everything around you—the ticking clock, the flock of birds flying above your head, the water pouring from the kitchen spout—are all frozen, and in this weird worm-hole of a world, you are the only thing or being mobilized—free to walk among the...
**Stuff We Love: Deth P. Sun's Illustrations

**Stuff We Love: Deth P. Sun’s Illustrations

Deth P. Sun’s charming and macabre illustrations drew us to him like flies to honey. We love his artwork! Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image.   We love Deth P. Sun this week! His illustrative paintings and short “zines” are captivating, admittedly leaving the viewer wondering about the story behind them. Particularly...
Sam Humble

Sam Humble

Sam Humble is a young English artist who appreciates minimalism in line work, but complexity in his illustrations. You can find a full spread of his excellent work in the very first issue of WHALE. You can also find him on Twitter at @Sam_Humble.
Print Media is Dead

Print Media is Dead

Ebooks are outselling print and garnering praise, while iTunes is the number one seller of music. It’s only a matter of time before movies and television become the next commodity: media out of thin air. by John Bell YOU KNOW THE FEEL OF it in your hands, the texture of the pages as you flip...
Ashamed

Ashamed

    Brian Baynes is a photographer from Richmond, VA. He shoots with an Argus C3 and draws inspiration from his best friend, a photo major who taught him how to use a manual camera. He says, “Photography has now become a major hobby of mine, and I’m just stepping from photography fun, to photography...