Miner magazine evokes a narrative around men in rabbit suits and internet celebrities


The Taiwanese art director and designer Chen-Huang Chian has released a new publication Miner Volume 1 in aid of “the artists’ love for creation.” The magazine is published by Cave Records, and in each issue, creatives from a variety of disciplines are invited to create work around theme-based issues. The first issue explores the concept of “self-shaping through sampling shapes and symbols in modern society and social media.” Geometric shapes of dense orange are sporadically peppered throughout the highly stylised spreads; contrasting hyper-real photography with blocky graphics, and there’s even a Mickey Mouse dot-to-dot thrown in there!

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Source: It’s Nice That