Frontier 2018 Subscription

$12.00 - $56.00 From $12.00 $36.00

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(Subscription will be available until January 1, 2018!)

Frontier is a quarterly art and comics monograph series, with each issue shining a spotlight on the work of a single artist. Purchase a subscription to the 4 issues coming in 2018 for a flat fee, and have each issue (with surprise goodies) delivered to your door each quarter.

Frontier has twice been nominated for the Ignatz Award of "OUTSTANDING SERIES" and according to The AV Club, "has quickly made a name for itself as one of the most interesting anthologies currently running." Previous issues have featured new works by Rebecca Sugar, Jillian Tamaki, Michael DeForge, Eleanor Davis, Uno Moralez, Hellen Jo, and more -- showcasing the most interesting new & established artists across comics, illustration, and animation.

For this year, we have an incredible line-up of exciting creators:
  • Frontier #15: Tatsuro Kiuchi
  • Frontier #16: Ako Castuera
  • Frontier #17: Lauren Weinstein
  • Frontier #18: Tiffany Ford

We have a few options available:

The PRINT ONLY subscription includes:
  • Each new quarterly issue in 2018, mailed to you (at a discounted price, with all shipping costs included)
  • A physical "WAYWARD YOUTH 2018" Frontier membership card
  • Random goods and surprises with your orders (previous years included stickers, temporary tattoos, notebooks!)
The DIGITAL ONLY subscription includes:
  • Each new quarterly issue as a downloadable, DRM-free PDF
  • A physical "WAYWARD YOUTH 2018" Frontier membership card mailed to you

The PRINT + DIGITAL subscription includes all all of the above, the print issues, the goodies, the membership card AND downloadable, DRM-free PDFs.


OUR 2018 ISSUES:

Frontier #15: Tatsuro Kiuchi
Tatsuro Kiuchi is an illustrator living and working in Tokyo. He has created work for such varied clients such as Royal Mail, Starbucks, and numerous publications. Tatsuro is the author of the picture book “The Lotus Seed” and the comic “The Earthling.” He is the owner of studio PEN STILL WRITES and teaches illustration at AOYAMAJUKU.

Tatsuro has an unparalleled eyes for capturing the subtle and sublime details of moments in one’s daily life, whether a quiet domestic tenderness between a couple, or the feeling of traveling through a wide open landscape.

Frontier #16: Ako Castuera
Ako Castuera is painter, sculptor, and textile artist working in Los Angeles, California. Her sculptures and paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the US, her work can be seen in “Adventure Time,” for which she was a storyboard artist and writer for several seasons.

A native Angeleno, Ako’s roots carry rich material and intangible cultural heritage from Okinawa and Mexico into contemporary American culture. Ako’s most recent are ceramic sculptures that combine animal, human, landscape and architectural elements, describing an interwoven profusion of life that calls into question our hierarchically ordered beliefs around human / non-human, animate / inanimate.

Frontier #17: Lauren Weinstein
Lauren Weinstein is creator of the Ignatz nominated weekly strip, “Normel Person,” and author of “The Goddess of War” and “Girl Stories.” Currently she is working on a new book called “Calamity.” For Frontier, Lauren will be sharing personal reflections on the hopes & fears of a parent, directed as a time capsule to her children about these surreal, turbulent times.

Frontier #18: Tiffany Ford
Tiffany Ford is a cartoonist and animator in Los Angeles. She worked previously as a color stylist on Steven Universe, and as a storyboard artist for Clarence -- and is currently working on a new project for Cartoon Network. Tiffany’s personal comics are a hilarious glimpse into the fun & frustration of contemporary daily life.


SOME NOTES:
  • When checking out, please ensure your shipping address is current and correct!
  • If you change your address during the year (or generally have questions about the subscription) please contact Youth in Decline via the Contact page.