The new Uppercase urges us to keep going! Creative success depends upon slow process, repetition, steps forward and steps back - so this issue brings us articles on staving off procrastination, maintaining creative rituals, and the process of slow making.
There are also articles on illustrating identity and faith, graphic recording and visual note-taking, using illustration to solve problems, and there's a fascinating section where illustrators talk about how their profession has changed and how it has changed them.
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.
A beautiful collection of printed visual learning ephemera