Hello friends! 
It is with mixed feelings that we are announcing the end of Fine Line. We absolutely love the magazine and are so proud of what we have accomplished, but it is time for us to say good-bye. We have both been super busy with new projects and are feeling good about the paths we are currently taking. Of course, we want to say a huge thank you to our amazing artists and fans! It was such a pleasure working with all of you and we appreciate all the love and support you gave us! 
As a way to go out with a bang (and perfectly timed for the holidays!), we are offering 20% off everything in our Etsy shop. We are quickly selling out of our back issues, so don’t wait! We like to think that Fine Line will be come a super hot collector’s item one day. :) Use the coupon code: FINELINE1

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Thank you for everything!
Cassandra & Jessica

Hello friends! 

It is with mixed feelings that we are announcing the end of Fine Line. We absolutely love the magazine and are so proud of what we have accomplished, but it is time for us to say good-bye. We have both been super busy with new projects and are feeling good about the paths we are currently taking. Of course, we want to say a huge thank you to our amazing artists and fans! It was such a pleasure working with all of you and we appreciate all the love and support you gave us! 


As a way to go out with a bang (and perfectly timed for the holidays!), we are offering 20% off everything in our Etsy shop. We are quickly selling out of our back issues, so don’t wait! We like to think that Fine Line will be come a super hot collector’s item one day. :) Use the coupon code: FINELINE1
Thank you for everything!
Cassandra & Jessica

ISABEL M. MARTINEZ

How great are these perceptual studies by Toronto-based artist Isabel M. Martinez. Spending her formative years in Santiago, Chile, Martinez’s work takes apart experience, time, perception and emotion in these simple yet mesmerizing photographs. Each piece is done using analog medium format film, multiple exposures, and in-camera masks to achieve the striped pattern, which at times renders the illusion of a three dimensional collage.

ILSE LEENDERS

From her series “Mimicry”, Netherlands-based artist Ilse Leenders creates these carefully composed, colorful pieces that feel perfectly spring-like to us. Speaking to the idea of individuality and identity in contemporary society, “Mimicry” presents humans as faceless animals, adapting to their environments. Check out her website for a variety of other great projects.

DANIEL GEBHART de KOEKKOEK

Vienna-based photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek has us craving spring with his wonderfully sunny series The World We Live In. His work is carefree and loving, capturing a certain innocence that seems especially honest.

Gebhart picked up photography is 2006 and has since achieved great success, interning at Magnum and picking up clients such as Vice and Vanity Fair. See another wonderful, if not colder series by Gebhart over at Feature Shoot.

ZHANG YAXIN

Found these amazing photos from the 1960’s via Slate:
Photographer Zhang Yaxin was one of the only people in China with access to color film during the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-76). Zhang was a photographer for Xinhua News Agency when he was chosen by Jiang Qing, the wife of Chairman Mao Zedong, to photograph the performances of the model operas she developed after the Communist Party leaders banned traditional Peking opera for being too bourgeois.”