Book Review - Bad Day Magazine

Bad Day is quickly becoming one of my favourite magazines. Bad Day, a quarterly arts publication founded in Toronto, focuses on Canadian and international artists. What draws me to Bad Day is its interview format. The text is raw, rather than perfected written prose, and it's always so fascinating to read how articulate these artists are. They explain their works so fluently and beautifully, which I find to be a big inspiration. This issue features artists ( such as Steven Shearer, Tauba Auerbach, David Shrigley and Tomi Ungerer), music video director Mike Mills, music reviewer Andrew Kuo, and furniture designer Martino Gamper. An awesome summer read that you can check out by clicking here.

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