RR 01 Artist & Innovator Sneak Peak ~ Natalie Krick
~ Anh-Thuy Nguyen ~ Marshall Elliott
© Natalie Krick
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.
© Anh-Thuy Nguyen
© Marshall Elliott
NATALIE KRICK'S work is fueled by her fascination with popular culture. She makes photographs that mimic cliché images of sexuality and beauty. Natalie received an MFA from Columbia College Chicago in 2012 and she currently lives in Seattle. She shared excerpts from her popular on going series entitled Natural Deceptions for in inaugural issue.
Rabbit Rabbit is for anyone who loves stories.
The first issue is perfect for anyone in transition, especially a recent graduate.
RR 01 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 exhibition designed to be shared and experienced anywhere.
ANH-THUY NGUYEN'S work highlights complex relationships and cultural conflicts resulting from her dual cultural identities as Vietnamese and American. She received her MFA in Photography/Video from Southern Methodist University and is an Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Rogers State University, Claremore, Oklahoma. See more of these haunting images in RR 01 TRANSITION.
MARSHALL ELLIOT received his MFA in Sculpture at the San Francisco Art Institute, where he received the Anne Bremer Memorial Prize. In this issue, Marshall takes us on a unique tour of The Getty Museum in LA. You'll want to go to The Getty with Marshall after reading this!