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Issue 4: Subject To Change

Issue 4: Subject To Change

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Fine Line Magazine is an ad-free, article-free, international fine arts publication.
For more images and info please visit: www.finelinemag.com


ISSUE FOUR | *SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Our fourth issue, *Subject to Change is a reminder that while we prefer the comfort of routine, or even take for granted the people, places, relationships, objects and environments we call home, everything changes. Whether it be slow and subtle by the passing of time, or abrupt and unwelcome, it is all around us.

Featuring work by:
David Maisel (San Francisco, CA)
Nina Nolte (Dusseldorf, Germany)
Angelina Gualdoni (Brooklyn , NY)
Sherif Elhage (Paris, France via Beirut)
Jaclyn Mednicov (Chicago, IL)
Jesse Draxler (Los Angeles, CA)
J. A. Tyler (Fort Collins, CO)


Released August 26th 2011
limited edition 500 hand number copies

54 pages
110# cover (300 gsm), glossy finish
100# text (150 gsm), matte
Perfect bound, 9” x 11”, Embossed front cover
Fine Line Magazine is an ad-free, article-free, international fine arts publication.
For more images and info please visit: www.finelinemag.com


ISSUE FOUR | *SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Our fourth issue, *Subject to Change is a reminder that while we prefer the comfort of routine, or even take for granted the people, places, relationships, objects and environments we call home, everything changes. Whether it be slow and subtle by the passing of time, or abrupt and unwelcome, it is all around us.

Featuring work by:
David Maisel (San Francisco, CA)
Nina Nolte (Dusseldorf, Germany)
Angelina Gualdoni (Brooklyn , NY)
Sherif Elhage (Paris, France via Beirut)
Jaclyn Mednicov (Chicago, IL)
Jesse Draxler (Los Angeles, CA)
J. A. Tyler (Fort Collins, CO)


Released August 26th 2011
limited edition 500 hand number copies

54 pages
110# cover (300 gsm), glossy finish
100# text (150 gsm), matte
Perfect bound, 9” x 11”, Embossed front cover

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