Resource Review: Hi Fructose

* I most likely will not be using this resource for my paper

Date You Found the Resource: Jan. 2013

Type (category) of Resource: Magazine

Title of Resource: Hi Fructose (Vol. 26)

Author(s): JL Schnabel, Ken Harman, Sike Tudor, Jennifer Pappas, Kirsten Anderson, Lainya Magana, Nastia Voynovskaya, Liz Ohanesian, Matthe Keeshin, Jane Kenoyer

Editor: Kirsten Anderson

Publisher and Place of Publication: OuchFactory YumClub, Albany CA

Owner or Webmaster: Attaboy and Annie Owens

Date of Publication, Copyright, or Web Post: January 2013

Medium of Publication: Magazine

Name of Library: School of Art and Design Media Center Library/Personal

Name of Database or Search Engine Used: N/A

URL: Hi Fructose Vol. 26

Summary (Main point and key ideas): “Hi-Fructose is a quarterly art magazine, founded by artists, Attaboy and Annie Owens in 2005. Hi-Fructose focuses squarely on the art which transcends genre and trend, assuring readers thorough coverage and content that is relevant, informative and original. Hi-Fructose showcases an amalgamation of new contemporary, emerging as well distinguished artists, with a spotlight on awe inspiring spectacles from round the world all of which help to define the future of art in our culture.” – (about)

Usefulness: Being a contemporary art magazine, HF features interviews with current illustrators that could be helpful. A different issue (of HF or another contemporary art magazine) may be more relevant though, in regards to portfolio building and contacting art directors.

Source Location: Hard copy

Credibility: Hi Fructose was created by artists for artists. It is in many large bookstores and is distributed worldwide.

Response: I have yet to determine exactly how this issue responds to my research question(s).

Response:  HF is current and engaging, and features artists that are high up in the art world.

Validity:  This resource is consistent and useful. It is similar to some of the other resources that I have posted.

About Phoebs

Phoebs is a Fine Arts student pursuing an Honors degree in Illustration.
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