Field Guide Visual Companion
From Pop-Up Magazine, this is Field Guide, an audio experience and art project made for the world around us.
In a year when so much was strange and hard, one thing felt almost normal. Going outside. For some of us, accustomed to the woods or the mountains or the beach on a Saturday morning, nature has been a rare constant from the time before masks and distancing and everything else. For others of us, it was something new. A revelation, even. Walking everywhere. Making plans at a park the way we used to pick a restaurant or club. Living in the environment in a new way. We created Field Guide for everyone.
We invite you to LOOK. Our Field Guide Visual Journal is a singer-sewn book with more than 70 pages of beautiful photo stories and illustrations by an eclectic group of artists exploring their surroundings: the colors on a morning walk, the beauty of a moonlit sky, the flow of water to the ocean, and the sounds of a busy street.
And we invite you to LISTEN. Hear stories about water, walking, trees, and the night sky, available by visiting popupmagazine.com/fieldguide/ or by searching “Pop-Up Magazine Presents” wherever you get your podcasts.
For the full experience, grab your phone and your headphones, throw this book in your backpack, and get out — explore.
Thanks for taking us along.
Featured artists include: Genesis Báez, Jordan Baumgarten, Rose Marie Cromwell, Chioma Ebinama, Byun Young Geun, Michelle Groskopf, Balarama Heller, Eddie Herena, Tailyr Irvine, Rinko Kawauchi, Dionne Lee, Emily Margarit Mason, Will Matsuda, Aspen Mays, Richard Misrach, Elle Pérez, Yuko Shimizu, Chanell Stone, Sam Youkilis, and Paul Zizka.
9" x 12"
Printed by Brilliant Graphics
Cover photograph by Balarama Heller
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