1. French artist Fabienne Rivory crafted these beautiful watercolored photographs for our new story, When We Are Called to Part, about Hawaii’s leprosy settlement. 

  2. theparisreview:

Portrait of Hunter S. Thompson by Ralph Steadman, from the cover of our Fall 2000 issue.

    theparisreview:

    Portrait of Hunter S. Thompson by Ralph Steadman, from the cover of our Fall 2000 issue.

  3. symboliamag:

Sarah Drake has an extensive and very smart interview with Sarah Glidden up at Bad at Sports. It’s a really savvy conversation about comics, journalism, and being an artist.
Drake has created tremendous comics from Cambodia, and Glidden, a contributor to Symbolia, is working on a new book about journalism and the Middle East (check out the sneak peek above!). Their chat is totally worth a read.

    symboliamag:

    Sarah Drake has an extensive and very smart interview with Sarah Glidden up at Bad at Sports. It’s a really savvy conversation about comics, journalism, and being an artist.

    Drake has created tremendous comics from Cambodia, and Glidden, a contributor to Symbolia, is working on a new book about journalism and the Middle East (check out the sneak peek above!). Their chat is totally worth a read.

  4. Call me like it’s 1-9-9-3.

    The New Museum turned 5,000 pay phones into time portals to 1993 NYC.

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What will you find in future issues of Symbolia?
Here’s a sneak peek from our next issue. Lolo’s Story is about two siblings separated by deportation. Produced by Beth Caldwell, Joel Medina, and Erin Siegal, a team of multimedia journalists, and illustrator Kat Leyh, Lolo’s Story features dynamic illustration, video and audio interviews, animation, and more. It’s going to be a blockbuster.
We’re pretty excited about our next issue, in other words. If you want to get your hands on Lolo’s Story the minute it’s released, subscribe today via our iPad app or get Symbolia’s PDF edition.

    symboliamag:

    What will you find in future issues of Symbolia?

    Here’s a sneak peek from our next issue. Lolo’s Story is about two siblings separated by deportation. Produced by Beth Caldwell, Joel Medina, and Erin Siegal, a team of multimedia journalists, and illustrator Kat Leyh, Lolo’s Story features dynamic illustration, video and audio interviews, animation, and more. It’s going to be a blockbuster.

    We’re pretty excited about our next issue, in other words. If you want to get your hands on Lolo’s Story the minute it’s released, subscribe today via our iPad app or get Symbolia’s PDF edition.

  6. The Paris Review talks with comics artist Gabrielle Bell about her work’s “nimble surrealism.” 
For more comics, read Stowaway on iPad and the Web! 

    The Paris Review talks with comics artist Gabrielle Bell about her work’s “nimble surrealism.” 

    For more comics, read Stowaway on iPad and the Web! 

  7. "It’s an inherently dramatic story and I think comics pull you in and let you experience it personally. It’s a very intimate form."
Tori Marlan and Josh Neufeld talk to MTV Geek about their enhanced e-comic. Buy Stowaway here. 

    "It’s an inherently dramatic story and I think comics pull you in and let you experience it personally. It’s a very intimate form."

    Tori Marlan and Josh Neufeld talk to MTV Geek about their enhanced e-comic. Buy Stowaway here

  8. Artist Ralph Steadman on his relationship with Hunter S. Thompson: like “chalk and cheese.” 

    Artist Ralph Steadman on his relationship with Hunter S. Thompson: like “chalk and cheese.”