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Excerpts From Pacific Dissent July/August 2015

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Pacific Dissent is a magazine of art and ideas that has a clear and radical vision-- produce the highest quality magazine possible and distribute it for free where people likely to appreciate it will discover something special. Here's an excerpt from their about page:

What is new and hot one day can be rendered valueless overnight because it’s not profitable. The artist is left out to try as the micro-economy of the art world decides who’s next. But art and ideas are important to share regardless of monetary gain. So, we started this magazine.

Pacific Dissent, which is edited by Juneau Dahl and Charlie White, is based in Los Angeles but features artists from all over the globe. The following images come straight from the July/August edition. Keep reading to find out where you can grab a free copy while they last, and where to order one if you miss out. We've also included some shots of the photos in context, so you can get an idea of how they look inside the actual publication.

Gorsad:

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Luca Tombolini:

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Mike Gugliada:

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More From Pacific Dissent:

Mission statement:
http://www.pacificdissent.com/about-forte/

Locations to get free copies:
http://www.pacificdissent.com/carriers/

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