Tag Archives: print magazine

Further Delays with Issue #4

Today, I am deeming Issue #4 as the challenge issue. Here are some of the hurdles in attempting to release this issue: 1. Moving E-Squared over 1200 miles 2. Losing our printer 3. Having to find a new printer 4. Being over-budget with our new printer 5. Reception of a coverless Issue #4 Yes, you read that right, Issue […]

Support E-Squared in Print

If you have been keeping up with E-Squared, you might know that we recently obtained a new printer since our Boston-based printer closed their doors and moved to Canada [-GASP-]. As we met with and talked with numerous printers, the message was the same––”print is dying; printers are going out of business these days; you’re in the […]

Steve Miller Makes Headlines

Congratulations to Steve Miller (Issue #1) with your solo exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences! New York native Steve Miller is a forerunner of the sci-art movement with his works serving a dual perspective. To the contemporary viewer, Miller’s early work appeared abstract but to the scientist, were realized depictions of biological cells. Since this […]

Issue #3 Has Landed!

Purchase Issue #3 — $35.00 USD SOLD OUT! Issue #3: Letter from the Founder Recently, a friend telephoned me to see if I would be interested in going through an old barn. Relentlessly curious and harboring a love for all things timeworn, the answer was, of course, yes. The next morning, I hopped into the […]

Updates on Issue #3

As many of you already know, our printing campaign has ended.Thanks again for all of the support whether it was through sharing, donating artwork, or contributing financially to the campaign. We really couldn’t do it without your support!  Reception of our funds was a little delayed but once received, we initiated printing. All seemed well, but a week and […]

Less Not More

Cover Photo: Portrait of Emma Lou by Sam Paolini Hello, everyone! Are we feeling a little crazed by the heat of summer already? Maybe! Either way, we thought it was time to ring you through our tin-can phone line. We wanted to leave you a message to let you know that we’re putting Issue #3 together […]

Smart is the New Sexy

Header Image: Hikmet Gümüş Dear Sapiosexuals, This year, we think smart is the new sexy. We’re talking about art here, folks but not just any art…intellectual art. We have always felt that which is intellectual is attractive, exciting, provocative, and yes, we’ll say it again, sexy. It’s the kind of art that makes you think. Deeply ponder. […]

Merry Holidays!

“…when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” Are the stockings hung by the chimney? Are the children nestled all snug in their beds? There’s always a lot of hustle and bustle this time of year. I’ve been busy making most of my gifts and neatly wrapping presents for […]

Snowflakes Circa 1885

It’s getting to be that time of year again when snow crystals flurry through the sky and fill the streets. Have you ever taken a moment to look at a snowflake closely? Well, if you haven’t, do it – they are so incredibly intricate and beautiful. One of the first known individuals to document snowflakes was […]