Art Riot Hits The Streets
The first edition of Fargo’s underground art magazine Art Riot hit the streets in late April and I’m happy to see so many artists I admire getting their work out there in a new and interesting way.
Art Riot is part comic, part Mad Magazine, part art portfolio and a whole lot of zine-y goodness.
The project is coordinated by Noel Anderson — a.k.a. Scotch– of Goof Roof and Beau Fraase.
Additional contributors to the first issue include (deep breath) Billy Black, Anne B. Kiefel, Athena Funk of Whisky7 Art, Super D, Jack Stenerson, Mr. P. and The Alabaster Disaster of Bad Weather Burlesque, Spider Johnk, Paul Johnson and Jim Fawbush.
Detail from “The Trouble with Doubles” written by Noel “Scotch” Anderson, with photos by Anne B. Kiefel
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