Tag Archives: progressive art

Issue #4–On Sale Now!

  Purchase Issue #4 — $35.00 USD SOLD OUT!     Issue #4: Letter from the Founder Lately, the parable of the boiling frog has come mind. If unfamiliar, the story is about a frog placed in a pot of lukewarm water. The water warms, but as it does, the frog remains tranquil, unaware of any temperature […]

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 […]

The Erosion of Science & the Storm at Bay

I always say, “show me the data” and what that means is, if you plan to tell me something, you better have the evidence to back it up. – E. Dustman   I truly believe that every animal maneuvering this planet is entitled to their own set of beliefs. As a result, I usually remain fairly […]

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. […]

Awareness Through Art

This summer my friend approached me about taking a trip to Zion National Park. How could I resist? Sometimes, you just need a little escape. I have been so busy with the magazine that September crept up on me pretty quickly. Before I knew it, I was boarding a jet plane and my friend and I were in […]