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The Burgundy Zine Merch Store Update #2: KICKSTARTER LAUNCH IN ONE WEEK!

Time really flies when you’ve been inside for two months, huh? Well, bug buddies, we’re just ONE WEEK AWAY from our KICKSTARTER LAUNCH!

Get ready, those of you who keep up with our Instagram stories are about to get flooded with art and snapshots of “The Burgundy Zine #15.”

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Meet the Artist Who Paints Portraits Using Only His Mouth: Henry Salas

Henry Salas, “@themouthartist” on Instagram, is an artist and illustrator who draws inspiration from traditional realism while inspiring others with his story.

Using nothing but his mouth, Salas has been digitally painting hyper-realistic portraits for the better half of a decade.

Recently, we spoke with Salas via email to learn more about his story and his techniques as an artist.

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Behind the Zines: We’re Launching a Kickstarter in May 2020!

It’s with an incomparable level of giddy and excitement that we announce the launch of The Burgundy Zine Merch Store campaign on Kickstarter – seriously, editor burgundy bug was clapping like a seal when the approval confirmation email graced her inbox.

The Burgundy Zine Kickstarter campaign will give us the ability to get our merch store off the ground with stickers, apparel, handmade cards, original artwork, and more. We also see the merch store as another platform for us to collaborate with artists and musicians to sell and promote their work.

Our Kickstarter campaign officially launches on May 21 and will end on June 21. However, you can be among the first to receive a notification when The Burgundy Zine Kickstarter launches: just visit our pre-launch page and make sure you press “Notify me on launch!”

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Muralist and Art Therapist Jessie Novik Takes on the World One Wall at a Time

Impassioned by her innate artistry and love for teaching, Jessie Novik has explored multiple avenues for utilizing art as a healing medium, from one-on-one art therapy sessions with her clients to leading public community art projects throughout New York.

Recently, we spoke to the Brooklyn-based creative via telephone to learn more about her lifelong love for art, her experiences in martial arts, and to learn more about how she’s staying connected with her clients virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.

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