Columns

Art Holes: The Realities of an Amazon Worker

The magic trick of Amazon is we never think about what happens between that one click and the package arriving on our doorstep. We’ve been happy to ignore the various corporate cruelties because we didn’t want to see them.

Folding the Cross-Flexagon

“A Brown Bear” from the Unfolding Stories series Folding the Cross-Flexagon by Anthony & Nif Hodgson   A few years […]

Art Holes: Under the desk

Under the desk by Zay Cardona     I bought a rug so that my work area would be more […]

Exposure Unit: The Next Chapter

A column about navigating the zine scene by Toronto-based zinester Rabeea Syed I’ll cut to the chase — this will […]

Art Holes: Spaces of Resistance

Five illustrators offer snapshots from the front lines of political action in 2020 This section is typically where artists diagram […]

Art Holes: Homebound Edition

Around the quarantine clock with three creators at work in isolation Sid is an artist and illustrator from Toronto who […]

Exposure Unit: Art when time stops

A column about navigating the zine scene by Toronto-based zinester Rabeea Syed Everything’s shifted. You know this, but it would […]