Hesperios Journal, Issue No. 2 MEMORY
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HESPERIOS JOURNAL NO.2: MEMORY
“Do you know that feeling when you are almost alone, floating between time and space and the glow of your soul shows through your skin, when you are left naked to breathe and all you can think about is life?”
“When you are creating from nothing, you definitely need strength and empowerment within yourself, because you are the one who shapes the future.”
The second issue of Hesperios Journal. Includes an interview with the inimitable Mitsuo Katsui, as well as artwork from Gustaf von Arbin, words from Dan Lardner, and photographs from Marcelo Gomes.
The perfect companion piece to Hesperios Journal No. 1.
Gustaf von Arbin
Peter Van Kester
Hesperios Journal is an anthology of classic and contemporary art, literature, travel, and science. Edited in New York by Autumn Hrubý, and printed and designed in Stockholm, Sweden, by Henrik Nygren Design, each issue presents works by celebrated and emerging artists, intellectuals, and philanthropists. Hesperios Journal is dedicated to publishing the most compelling voices of our time. Since its founding in 2016, it has firmly established itself as one of America's most innovative cultural journals, and has received extensive coverage in both print and online media. We hope that each issue of the Journal builds upon the last. Read together, they serve as a record of the Hesperios community and of the cultural landscape. The journals are distributed internationally through art-and-design book stores, galleries, newsstands, and museums.
Paper: Arctic Paper, Arjowiggins
Publisher: Hesperios, Inc.
Production/ Art Director / Design: Henrik Nygren Design
Dimensions: 185 mm X 245 mm (weight 660g)
Distributor: Antenne Books, UK
Printed in Göteborgstrykkeriet, Sweden 2016