The new Uppercase turns 50 with some style. The new issue explores the intersection of art and science, as well as rubber stamps and related printmaking concepts - inside you'll find the story of the rubber stamp, illustrations that make sense of scientific concepts, the art & science of cyanotypes, and a profile on Angie Barker, whose paintings (see cover) explore her molecular being within.
Uppercase is put together by Janine Vangool who has a keen eye for contemporary crafts. It is beautifully printed on matte stock and the spine alone is a work of art. A pleasing and collectable publication. While the magazine looks at traditional craft, it is in no way nostalgic, it looks at contemporary applications and champions modern and inspiring craft.
The impossibly intricate paper sculptures of Rogan Brown