Issue #46, Spring 2010
Art Director: Briar Levit
Photographer: Jeffery Walls
Creating miniature worlds has, over 15 years of Bitch covers, become a longstanding obsession, not only because they tend to look cool, but because the process is such fun. This cover was no exception. Drawing on Art Director Briar Levit’s interest in maps, topography, and science-museum displays, this piece features layers of colored sand, thematically (if not at all accurately) representing a kind of archeological excavation of mainstream feminism through time.
Our 15th-anniversary series prints offer something for every taste. Featuring some of our favorite covers from Bitch's 15-year history, the limited-edition prints offer gorgeous photos, cool illustrations, nifty typography, and lots of color to perk up your living space. All 15 designs are archival giclee* prints on high-quality, heavy watercolor paper, and are suitable for framing. And if you just can't decide, maybe you need more than one — after all, they'll look pretty great hanging side by side.
*A very high-quality, archival inkjet print that creates very fine detail and vivid color, used by artists to reproduce work with a high degree of integrity to the original.
- Large image is a detail; small image represents actual print (click for larger view).
- 16 x 20 inches (fits in a standard frame)
- Shipped flat in an archival envelope with board backing. If being sent outside of the US, prints will be shipped in a tube so that we can avoid excessive shipping costs.