Outpost Journal Issue 02 : Baltimore, MD

Published in Providence, Outpost Journal is an annual, non-profit print publication on innovative art, design and community action from cities that are at times underexposed beyond their local contexts. Each issue is an interpretive, collaborative journey into the creative heart of a place, exposing the various ways in which unique local communities arise through collaboration and production. Every issue of Outpost - lovingly produced by a combined team of local and national contributors - illuminates a hyper-local arts ecology via photography, design and creative additions (such as limited edition screen prints and special inserts), as well as a guide to where to find the best art in town and where to eat and drink while you're at it.

66 pages. Publication measures roughly 9" by 12". Includes a 8" by 10" screen print by Shaun Flynn and a Cut-and-Fold insert by Gary Kachadourian.

To disrupt the Baltimore-iness of this publication we've thrown in a few weird Tiny Showcase add-ons for extra fun.

Outpost Journal is available bundled with Issue 01 (Pittsburgh) :

Outpost Issue 2 celebrates the thriving creative culture of Baltimore, MD. Meant for locals and a wider audience alike, it consists of 64 gorgeous full color pages and comes packaged with a limited edition screen print and a cut-and-fold insert by Baltimorebased artists Shaun Flynn and Gary Kachadourian, respectively. The issue will inspire you with artist profiles, help you get to know the inhabitants of the magical house known as Tarantula Hill, deep dive into arts-based community organizations such as Knitting Behind Bars, take you on a tour of Baltimore's signature architecture via artists' homes, delve into the complexities of the Northeast Market redesign in East Baltimore, relive a collaborative installation by the Outpost team and MICA students on the iconic "Natty Boh" tower, give you musician Dan Deacon's take on classic Baltimore icons and of course include a guide to art spaces in the city.


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