takeya hasegawa edits them. this blog covers what i enjoyed & each right of each work belongs to each creator.
 
 
 
 
 
なんか無造作に壁に貼っときたい

なんか無造作に壁に貼っときたい

 
 

現在、各出版社は団塊世代の大量定年退職を奇貨として、新卒社員の採用をできるだけ手控え、社員の自然減による給与の削減を図っております。このまま行けば大量にリストラを行わなければ会社の維持ができないところでしたが、定年退職ラッシュによってリストラせずに同等の効果が計れるのです。

代わりに編集の現場には、正社員ではなく外部の編集プロダクション、および多くのフリー編集者が雇われ始めています。すでに20年以上前から、外部編集プロダクションへの委託は顕著な傾向にありましたが、私の知る限り、少なくとも大手では基幹雑誌の編集を外部に「丸投げ」するようなことはなかったと思います。(中小零細ではありましたが)。今では大手版元でも、外注依存の傾向が甚だしくなっています。たとえば小学館の「IKKI」のように、社員は編集長と副編だけで、残りは全員フリーランス、という現場も出てきました。

つまり、正社員で固めた編集部とは違って、採算に合わなければ簡単に休刊が可能になるということで、このことの経営的な意味はおわかりかと思います。そのくらいどの出版社も追い詰められているわけです。いや出版に限らず、新聞・放送などマスコミ全体が追い詰められているのですが。

 
 

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Brush pen with Silvia Cordero Vega. (by letrerias)

 
 
 
 
 
 
immovable-type:

本日の美女

immovable-type:

本日の美女

(Source: fujiokaminami)

 
 
 
 
nycartscene:

Opens Thursday, Jan 12, 6-10p:”I See the Moon”a group exhibition featuring: Katelyn Alain, Dina Brodsky, Sabrina Marques, Scott Kahn, Christopher Saunders, Ryan Scully and Nicolas Touron.Milavec Hakimi Gallery, 51 Cooper Square, NYCSeven artists display the ability to create alluring visual manifestations of their imaginations, causing viewers to suspend disbelief and dive into fantastical realms of fantasy. I See the Moon explores many worlds from post-apocalyptic landscapes to moments pulled from lifelike fairy tales.

nycartscene:

Opens Thursday, Jan 12, 6-10p:

I See the Moon

a group exhibition featuring: Katelyn Alain, Dina Brodsky, Sabrina Marques, Scott Kahn, Christopher Saunders, Ryan Scully and Nicolas Touron.

Milavec Hakimi Gallery, 51 Cooper Square, NYC

Seven artists display the ability to create alluring visual manifestations of their imaginations, causing viewers to suspend disbelief and dive into fantastical realms of fantasy. I See the Moon explores many worlds from post-apocalyptic landscapes to moments pulled from lifelike fairy tales.

 
 
nycartscene:

Opens Thursday Jan 12, 6-8p: Yvonne Estrada“BLUE”Von Lintel Gallery, 520 W23rd St., NYCYvonne Estrada’s latest body of work is predominantly rendered in varying intensities of ultramarine and cobalt blue gouache and watercolor. Mainly inspired by architectural blueprints, these works are marked by vivid color and expressionistic gesture. Organic shapes, patterns and structures appear in her work as ubiquitously as they appear in nature. These elements interconnect endlessly by means of abstraction and synthesis. Graphite pencil is used to create silvery accents and ballpoint pen turns ovals and spheres into deep, concentrated blues.

nycartscene:

Opens Thursday Jan 12, 6-8p:

 Yvonne Estrada
“BLUE”

Von Lintel Gallery, 520 W23rd St., NYC

Yvonne Estrada’s latest body of work is predominantly rendered in varying intensities of ultramarine and cobalt blue gouache and watercolor. Mainly inspired by architectural blueprints, these works are marked by vivid color and expressionistic gesture. Organic shapes, patterns and structures appear in her work as ubiquitously as they appear in nature. These elements interconnect endlessly by means of abstraction and synthesis. Graphite pencil is used to create silvery accents and ballpoint pen turns ovals and spheres into deep, concentrated blues.