© Raheleh Minoosh Zomorrodinia
Big Bad Bettie Press is rooted in the value of the tangible and believes that artists and innovators need to be part of the batter, not just the icing. We make books, art objects, and promote ideas that are bold, brassy, and creative. Rabbit Rabbit is one of those ideas.
© Aram Muksian
Artist & Innovator
Iranian photographer, performance and video artist, Raheleh Minoosh Zomorrodinia uses these mediums to express her emotional, psychological and subconscious experiences inspired by nature. She shared her powerful images with us for our issue on Transition.
Feminist philosopher, Cori Wong,loves to help others develop the skills to think through life in transformative ways. She wrote an honest and immersive essay specifically for this issue in which she recalls her experience of graduating from her PhD program.
"I'm not really sure why we don't also emphasize that transitional times are often deeply shrouded in clouds of discomfort and uncertainty."
- Cori Wong, excerpt from Seeds Already There. Read more here.
Aram Muksian is an American photographer, high school arts educator, and 2014 MFA graduate from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has a deep interest in the lives and stories of people living on the fringes of society. He shared his new series Planet X with us for our issue on transition.
Rabbit Rabbit is for anyone who loves stories.
The first issue is perfect for anyone in transition, especially a recent graduate.
It features an impressive line up of 21 recent graduates in a variety of artistic and innovative fields. There are artworks, images, essays, a poem, even a guided tour! All carefully curated together in a portable printed journal designed to be shared and experienced anywhere.
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Buy Rabbit Rabbit today and save $10 & receive a free gift of a beautifully hand crafted letterpress postcard made in Boulder.