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About Creative Future Issue #02:
In this second issue of Creative Future we have tried to set the bar a little higher and looked at how we could reinforce and reinvent our publication compared to our first issue. We have not only improved the look, content and quality of our publication, but also managed to include a new and different set of features, interviews and articles. Striving to break new boundaries by attacking the unfamiliar and unknown with new creative approaches, this issue is definitely a step in the right direction.
In this issue we have teamed up with the San Francisco-based street artist and painter, Aaron De La Cruz, who is the takes the spot as the main-feature of this issue. Being a leading street artist in the Western part of the United States, you have probably come across one of Aaron’s very controversial and minimalistic artworks or mural paintings before. Besides speaking with Aaron De La Cruz about his art and the story behind it his career, we also had the honor of working alongside him on fifty limited 7 x 10 puzzles, each attached to every purchased copy of the issue. Each puzzle forms one large puzzle, forming Aaron De La Cruz’s signature design and the cover artwork of this issue. Furthermore each puzzle is handpainted, signed and hand numbered from 1 to 50.
Besides speaking with Aaron De La Cruz, we also had the chance sit down and speak with the Scandinavian street artist and painter HuskMitNavn, UK-based skateboarding photographer Jake Seal, alternative street artist SpY and skateboard artist Mark Rivard.
We have surely found a great rhythm here at Creative Future. The project is constantly developing and it is truly an honor to keep this exiting art project running and alive. Creating each issue is definitely a true learning experience and seeing it evolve from being one single idea into a finalized product and artwork is rewarding. With that being said, it is an honor to present the second issue of Creative Future.
• Aaron De La Cruz
• Jake Seal
• Mark Rivard
Content: 62 pages + covers.
Dimensions: 27.0 x 21.0 x 0.6 cm.
Packaging: Hand packaged, signed and numbered.
Paper: 140 gsm. FSC approved paper.
Closed edition, limited to 50 copies worldwide