You walk into the kitchen. Forgetfulness ensues. Electric buzz, surreal blue light, you open the door and cold air spills out onto the floor. What will you pull from the icebox?
Welcome to Icebox, a visual art and literature journal for forgetful sleepwalkers fueled by midnight snacks and nightcaps. Here the worlds of philosophy, visual art, and literature collide to provide a full spectrum of inspiration and illumination. Founded on the idea that just as we are nourished by an icebox stocked with an abundance of ingredients and dishes, a journal filled with a variety of artistic talents offering creative interpretations of life and philosophy will feed both the aesthetic and intellectual appetites. We are dedicated to providing the reader with a multi-sensory experience and granting respect to our contributors by implementing the best technique for showcasing and preserving their work. For that reason, we have both web and print content.
|IN THIS ISSUE
“Spillable Substance,” Prose by TIMOTHY DAY
“The Rich Man’s Troupe,” Prose by DAVID HAMMOND
“Men at Work #128,” Prose by ROBERT LAUGHLIN
“My Old Friend Depression,” Prose by PAUL LEWELLAN
“To Witness a Single Work Completed,” Prose by GREGORY ORMSON
“I Only Feel Real when It’s Raining,” Prose by TAYLOR REICH
Interview with TIMOTHY DAY
Cartoons by JANNE KARLSSON
Our Spring 2015 STUDENT CONTEST WINNERS
Poetry by LESLIE PHILIBERT
Our SPRING 2015 Print Edition