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Feeeels describes itself as, “a publication that explores art, culture, politics, history, and emotions through the lens of one tactile adjective per issue”. For its first issue that adjective was ‘Fuzzy’, so in many ways this second issue has slipped over to the opposite extreme: ‘Slick’ allows them to explore things that are “Impossibly smooth. Shiny. Glossy. Lustrous. Suave. Unperturbed…” while also noting that, “We love slickness, but for the world to function, tension between ideas, objects and people must exist.”
Drew Litowitz, Angela Lorenzo, Sarah Mohammadi, and Lauren Traugott-Campbell.
Editors & designers.
What is Feeeels?
Feeeels is a publication that explores art, culture, politics, history, and emotions through the lens of one tactile adjective per issue.
What makes it different from the rest?
With a focus on emotion through tactility and a non-prescriptive, ever-changing design format, Feeeels is filled with interesting perspectives on a wide range of topics and interests tied together by one common theme. The connective tissue of each issue tests the bounds of its theme.
Who makes Feeeels?
Feeeels is made by Drew Litowitz, Angela Lorenzo, Sarah Mohammadi, and Lauren Traugott-Campbell
Who reads it?
Some designers and artists, but hopefully everybody!
Why do you work in magazines?
To investigate the role of tactility in an increasingly flat and digital age and to bring people together for something periodically finite.
Aside from the print magazine, what else are you involved in?
We create merchandise, host events, and each have our individual design practices.
What would you change about Feeeels if you could?
If we could publish more frequently, that would be a dream. As a team of four, with a limited budget, one issue a year can be daunting enough.
Where do you see Feeeels in five years?
In many more peoples’ hands.
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